The foundation has been laid and the framing is up for Habitat for Humanity's 18th home in Quincy.
Volunteers came out in two separate shifts Saturday, hoping to put down the basics for the home.
The new home is going to single mom Jessica Flachs and her two sons Aiden and Christopher.
Even though it's hard work, construction supervisors say it's a rewarding experience, especially for the volunteers putting forth their sweat and time for those who need it.
"It's more or less a learning experience," said Habitat construction Supervisor Daniel Baird. "A lot of them don't know general construction. Just coming here they can learn so much while helping a family."
More volunteers will be out again Sunday. If you are interested in volunteering, you can contact the Quincy Area Habitat For Humanity.
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