Crew leader Jim Stoetzel of Habitat For Humanity aligns the walls of a second "habitat" house in Marana. This one is being built for the Pottenger family: Harumi Pottenger, a single mother, and her six children ages nine to 19. Harumi will complete 200 hours helping to build their home, a basic tenet of Habitat for Humanity. The family will also repay a no-interest mortgage over a period of 25 years.
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