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March 6, 2014ST. JOSEPH, Mo. |  By: Benson

Habitat for Humanity Volunteers

Students from Salem State University in Massachusetts will spend their spring break in St. Joseph helping Habitat for Humanity.
The group is participating in Habitat’s national alternative spring break program: College Challenge.
According to Volunteer Coordinator Rita Boyer, the students will help the organization with a variety of projects to improve the St. Joseph community.

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Boyer added a group from the same university came in 2012 to help habitat complete their 51st home.