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Pitt-Greensburg students build bonds, outfit Tennessee homes on Habitat for Humanity trip

Pitt-Greensburg students (from left) Nichole Weinman of Pittsburgh, Kelsey Bayus of Munhall and Jaden Myers of Apollo cut a piece of trim to install along the windows of a home under construction in March in rural Tennessee. Other members of the campus Habitat for Humanity chapter paint the home’s exterior during a weeklong spring break volunteer effort.

Measure twice and cut once is the sage advice long applied to working with wood.

Source: The Tribune-Review

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