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3/11/06

Tech Students Help Build Houses as Well as Hope

"Building Houses, Building Hope" that was the message as almost 100 students from the Texas Tech Health Sciences Center joined together with Habitat for Humanity.

NewsChannel 11 video journalist Stephen Walters headed to North Lubbock where he caught up with the students who were armed with hammers and ready to make a difference.

If you are interested in volunteering or donating to Habitat for Humanity just call (806) 763-4663.

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