YAKIMA--Yakima's Habitat for Humanity chapter celebrates 25 years Saturday night, and they want you to join in.
Yakima's chapter is the oldest in the state.
Habitat for Humanity's built 126 houses in Yakima since 1984.
They're hosting a concert at the West Valley Nazarene Church Saturday night, featuring singing groups Vocal Union and For Eternity.
Executive Director Steve Luten said Habitat's even more important during these tough times.
"Every home is a miracle. There is a sacrifice from--on every part to see that, including the homeowner."
The concert starts at 6:30 p.m.
Tickets cost $15 with proceeds going to help Habitat for Humanity build more homes.