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National Guard helping build Habitat for Humanity facility

National Guard helping build Habitat for Humanity facility

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South Dakota Army National Guard engineers are pitching in to help Black Hills Area Habitat for Humanity construct a new volunteer training center next to the ReStore Outlet center on East Omaha Street.

Demolition of an old building at the site began Tuesday with a groundbreaking. Once debris at the site is removed it will be prepared and construction on the new 5,000 square-foot building is expected to start in May.

The new building will become a place for training of volunteers and staff as well as house administration offices.

Habitat for Humanity is partnering with the National Guard through their Innovative Readiness Training and Community Projects Program. 

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