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9/14/03

Habitat for Humanity Begins Blitz Build

Helping hands are making dreams become a reality in Lubbock this week. Habitat for Humanities' "Blitz Build" began this weekend.

Crews of men and women are volunteering their time and muscle to help build eight brand new houses for Lubbock families in 8 days. And for the families like Debbie Cline, this is a dream come true.

"This was our dream, and it's come full circle now. We asked God for a house, and he started building it right in front of us," says Cline.

There is a place for everyone who wants to help out. If you would like to lend a hand, you can call Lubbock Habitat for Humanity at (806) 763-4663 .

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