Raising the Walls for Latest Habitat for Humanity House

By Scott Sarvay

May 8, 2012 Updated May 8, 2012 at 12:38 PM EST

ALLEN COUNTY, IN (Indiana’s NewsCenter) - It wasn't the raising of the roof, but the raising of the walls on Fort Wayne’s latest Habitat for Humanity House.

The home is being built for a couple with a young daughter and is the 158th house built for an Allen County family.

I&M is sponsoring the house with money and employee volunteers, the fifth one for the utility.

Habitat for Humanity requires a family to put down $500 for an interest-free mortgage and invest sweat equity as the home is built with volunteer labor.




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