Churches Work Together To Build Habitat Home

Posted: December 8, 2012 at 4:21 a.m.

Brandon and Misty Woodell bow their heads in prayer Nov. 27 with their children Brianna, 10, left, Cody, 7, Calyssa, 4, and Desirae, 19 months, during the dedication of their new Habitat for Humanity home in Bentonville. The 1,260-square-foot house was built with the help of 14 area churches.

“Being able to spend Christmas together in a new home is a dream come true,” said Misty Woodell of Bentonville.

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