Bob Watkins, left, hold a piece of wood in place as Steve Brandt uses a nail gun to drive the nails into wood for a Habitat for Humanity home in Pasco. Watkins is from Richland and has been volunteering with Habitat For Humanity for two years, and Brandt of Richland has been volunteering with the group for a month.
Bob Watkins, left, hold a piece of wood in place as Steve Brandt uses a nail gun to drive the nails into wood for a Habitat for Humanity home in Pasco. Watkins is from Richland and has been volunteering with Habitat For Humanity for two years, and Brandt of Richland has been volunteering with the group for a month. Noelle Haro-Gomez Tri-City Herald
Bob Watkins, left, hold a piece of wood in place as Steve Brandt uses a nail gun to drive the nails into wood for a Habitat for Humanity home in Pasco. Watkins is from Richland and has been volunteering with Habitat For Humanity for two years, and Brandt of Richland has been volunteering with the group for a month. Noelle Haro-Gomez Tri-City Herald

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