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Out-of-State College Students Spend Spring Break Helping Build Homes

A group of out-of-state college students are in Wichita Falls this week for spring break but they are not here for fun and games.
A group of out-of-state college students are in Wichita Falls this week for spring break but they are not here for fun and games.

The ten students are here to help finish construction on Habitat for Humanity houses. Since Monday, they have painted, hammered and sawed at several Habitat homes to help families achieve the American dream of owning their own home.

The group is from Central College Ministries and Habitat for Humanity " in Pella, Iowa and say they are happy to be spending spring break in Texoma.

"We're here cause we love Jesus.  This is a nice change of pace and we have the opportunity to serve and unwind at the same time," says Nick Rohner, with Central College Ministries.

Habitat officials say this is the third and final week out-of-state college students are helping build homes.

This group returns to Iowa on Friday.
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