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Fargo volunteers with Habitat for Humanity make steady progress on a new home



Fargo, North Dakota – On a temporary pad in the parking lot of Border States Electric in Fargo, volunteers with Lake Agassiz Habitat for Humanity are steadily building a home.

On Friday, the organization posted a statement and a picture to Facebook.

“It doesn’t look like much yet, but this will soon be the heart of the Amuri family home. A place where they can prepare and share meals together,” read the post.

The chapter has now constructed 73 homes.

Plans aim for transferring the house to a location in Dilworth in July after it is finished.