Habitat for Humanity Wall-raising - KULR-8 Television, Billings, MT

Habitat for Humanity Wall-raising

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Habitat for Humanity volunteers raise the walls for their 67th home in Billings Saturday.

The house is for Michelle O'neal and her three children. Michelle is a single mom and says her family has moved a lot. Michelle says she has always wanted to own a house and give her kids the same thing she had growing up.

"Even now I go back and that's where I grew up and I want that for my kids too," O'neal said. "I want them to be able to say oh I grew up on this street and these are my friends."

Michelle says her family already picked out colors for the walls and which rooms they will have. Builders hope to complete the project by June.

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