Habitat for Humanity Fall Break trip to NJ

edited.IMG_1111Over Fall Break, Washington College’s Habitat for Humanity went to Salem County, New Jersey to help their group of the same name to continue working on a new house, helping with the roof and siding.

According to the WC website, “Habitat for Humanity is a club that is centered and driven by service to our community and individuals alike.”

“[Habitat] desires to serve the world around us, and the driing force of our volunteerism are the members of our club themselves,” it said.

Nineteen members of Habitat went to NJ over fall break to help work on the house.

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