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Raising the Walls

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BILLINGS, Mont. -

Mid Yellowstone Valley Habitat for Humanity raised the walls for their last house in the Rebecca Estates sub-division.

Eleven out of the fourteen houses in the subdivision were built by Habitat for Humanity.

Executive Director, Kathleen O'neil, said it really shows how giving the Billings community can be, when their houses receive monetary, land, and working donations.

Their next house is set to begin when MontanaFair comes to town. 

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