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Ariel  Brown  
(972)  800-­‐‑9279  
(806)  763-­‐‑4663  

USMC  Volunteers  to  Build  a  Home  this  Saturday  
Lubbock  Habitat  for  Humanity  hosts  volunteers  from  the  Marine  Corps  

[LUBBOCK,  Texas]  (August  5,  2013) - This  Saturday,  September  7,  volunteers  
from  the  Marine  Corps  will  be  documenting  their  experience  building  a  home  
with  Lubbock  Habitat  for  Humanity  from  9:00  am  to  4:00  pm  at  2201  Duke  Street.    
The  volunteer  group  will  be  comprised  of  current  officers  and  new  recruits  from  
the  Lubbock  area.  This  day  of  service  will  be  one  of  the  first  experiences  for  the  
new  recruits  before  heading  to  boot  camp.  Recruits  will  finish  framing,  brace  
trusses  and  raise  foam  board  on  the  home.  
Sergeant  Christopher  Lucas  became  the  Station  Commander  for  the  Lubbock  
recruiting  office  10  months  ago.  Lucas  looks  to  teach  new  recruits  that  
philanthropy  is  an  important  aspect  of  military  service.  “We  want  to  show  
people  that  we’re  a  lot  more  than  just  fighters,”  he  said.    
This  group  will  be  one  of  several  from  the  community  to  have  a  hand  in  building  
the  127th  and  final  home  in  the  Habitat  subdivision.  The  home  finishes  a  project  
that  began  over  26  years  ago.  
The  entire  experience  will  be  captured  for  an  upcoming  tribute  to  the  USMC.  
Volunteers  are  scheduled  for  two  shifts,  the  first  working  from  9:00am  to  
12:00pm  and  the  second  from  1:00pm  to  4:00pm.  The  construction  site  is  located  
at  2201  Duke  Street,  Lubbock,  Texas  79415.  


About  Lubbock  Habitat  for  Humanity  
Over  the  past  26  years,  Lubbock  Habitat  for  Humanity  has  built  126  homes,  
providing  shelter  for  over  337  adults  and  children.  Habitat  welcomes  all  people  
to  join  us  as  we  build  simple,  decent,  affordable  houses  in  partnership  with  
God’s  people  in  need.  For  more  information,  please  visit  or  call  our  office  at  (806)  763-­‐‑4663.  
About  Habitat  for  Humanity  International  
Habitat  for  Humanity  International  is  a  global  nonprofit  Christian  housing  
organization  that  seeks  to  put  God’s  love  into  action  by  bringing  people  together  
to  build  homes,  communities  and  hope.  Since  1976,  Habitat  has  served  more  than  
500,000  families  by  welcoming  people  of  all  races,  religions  and  nationalities  to  
construct,  rehabilitate  or  preserve  homes;  by  advocating  for  fair  and  just  housing  
policies;  and  by  providing  training  and  access  to  resources  to  help  families  
improve  their  shelter  conditions.  For  more  information,  to  donate  or  to  
volunteer,  please  visit,  or  follow  us  at  or  at  or  join  Habitat’s  
blog  community  at  


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