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Fort Wayne Habitat Humanity began construction on the first homes with a blitz build at Fuller's Landing Thursday. See a time lapse video of the first day.

Habitat for Humanity building blitz begins

Cathie Rowand | The Journal Gazette
Construction starts Thursday on the first three family homes at Fuller’s Landing during an eight-day blitz build with volunteers from around the country. The homes, on the city’s northwest side near Cook and Huguenard roads, are being built for future Habitat for Humanity homeowners Karen Spain, Antwon Jones and Cathy Sitcler.

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