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Building a ramp for a Warren County home in 2016.
Hazardous waste pick-up Spring 2017 at Greenwood High School: Old paint.
Hazardous waste pick-up Spring 2017 at Greenwood High School: Old electronics.
Building a birdhouse.
A shed build in 2016.
Build day, framing a Warren County home.
Picture from the WKU Habitat for Humanity chapter's Fall Break 2018 trip to Madisonville,
Birdhouse painting at a chapter meeting in Spring 2018.
WKU Habitat for Humanity Advisor Bryan Reaka is pied in the face with a plate full
of whipped cream for the Cream the Staff fundraiser.
Build in Morgan County, AL during an April 2018 build trip.
Members of WKU's Habitat for Humanity build benches at a meeting in Spring 2018.
Members of WKU's Habitat for Humanity sit on benches they helped build at a chapter
WKU Habitat for Humanity members help with various tasks around Plowshares Farm on
an overnight trip in November 2018.
Group photo from WKU Habitat for Humanity's trip to Oklahoma City in December 2018.
WKU Habitat for Humanity members doing some plaster work in a house.
Repainting a home.
WKU Habitat for Humanity member Caleb Harter working on installing new doors in a
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