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Moravian Students to Spend Spring Break Working for Habitat for Humanity

Bethlehem, Pa., March 3, 2006—More than 30 Moravian College students will spend their spring break next week building houses for Habitat for Humanity. The students along with 5 staff chaperones will head-off to three locations, Beaufort South Carolina; Easley, South Carolina; and Robbins, Tennessee. The Moravian contingents will be working on new construction, so students will be working on framing outside and inside walls, some roof structures, and other associated jobs. They will work 5 days and have 2 travel days by van.