(Back row, left to right) Habitat for Humanity Project Superintendent Mike Shear, Zack Folsom, Jon Grinnell, Alex Safont, Andrea Haynes, Nam Chantepie, Habitat for Humanity Superintendent Mike Gehl; (Front row, left to right) Tracy Minutolo, Dan Ang, Janina Wills, Lissette Silva, Kim Lim, Nina Gabat.

(Back row, left to right) Habitat for Humanity Project Superintendent Mike Shear, Zack Folsom, Jon Grinnell, Alex Safont, Andrea Haynes, Nam Chantepie, Habitat for Humanity Superintendent Mike Gehl; (Front row, left to right) Tracy Minutolo, Dan Ang, Janina Wills, Lissette Silva, Kim Lim, Nina Gabat

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