Habitat for Humanity Home 11-23-13
Photos by John Ehlke
Beauty Wadlington hugs her daughter Mikalya Bowden, 13, during an open house for their new home built by Habitat for Humanity at 620 Eastern Ave. in West Bend on Saturday. The home marks the 26th home built by the Habitat for Humanity in Washington County. Construction has begun on the next project located on Municipal Drive in West Bend. The home belonging to beauty Wadlington at 620 Eastern Ave. in West Bend on Saturday. The home marks the 26th home built by the Habitat for Humanity in Washington County. Construction has begun on the next project located on Municipal Drive in West Bend. Beauty Wadlington hugs a supporter during an open house for her new home built by Habitat for Humanity at 620 Eastern Ave. in West Bend on Saturday. Wadlington and her four daughters waited three years for the home. The typical wait is 18-24 months.  The home marks the 26th home built by the Habitat for Humanity in Washington County. Construction has begun on the next project located on Municipal Drive in West Bend. A closet at 620 Eastern Ave. in West Bend on Saturday. The home marks the 26th home built by the Habitat for Humanity in Washington County. Construction has begun on the next project located on Municipal Drive in West Bend. Beauty Wadlington laughs as she talks with supporters during an open house for her new home built by Habitat for Humanity at 620 Eastern Ave. in West Bend on Saturday. The home marks the 26th home built by the Habitat for Humanity in Washington County. Construction has begun on the next project located on Municipal Drive in West Bend. <br/><br/> The name of Beauty Wadlington in the cement in the garage of her new home built by Habitat for Humanity at 620 Eastern Ave. in West Bend on Saturday. The home marks the 26th home built by the Habitat for Humanity in Washington County. Construction has begun on the next project located on Municipal Drive in West Bend.
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