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Habitat for Humanity home comes together

Evergreen junior Ryan Newman was among dozens of students who worked on separate projects last year at Mountain View and Evergreen high schools.

On Friday, it all came together — literally. Those two class projects came together to make a house.

Evergreen Habitat for Humanity moved two halves of a modular home built on the two high school campuses and joined them on a foundation at 3603 O St.


With 2-year-old Charles Deacon Frost, Michelle Frost and Charles Frost pose in front of their new home Friday. They probably will move in some time in December. (Tom Vogt/The Columbian)

After finishing touches are wrapped up, probably in December, it will become the home for Charles and Michelle Frost and their family. The Frosts and one of their three children, 2-year-old Charles Deacon Frost, were on hand Friday to watch their dream of a new home become a reality.  Article continued here…