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Video: ISU/IWU Habitat for Humanity hands over keys to 25th home

The Illinois State University/Illinois Wesleyan University (ISU/IWU) Joint Habitat for Humanity Campus Chapter spent the 2018–2019 school year building the 25th house in the chapter’s 24-year history.

The latest home build was a major milestone for the award-winning chapter. A house blessing was held April 27, during which keys for the new home at 904 Bryan Street in Normal were turned over to the Yetimbi/Itukola family.

“It is a remarkable achievement and partnership between the two campuses and McLean County Habitat,” said Gary Klass, a founder of the student chapter and professor emeritus in Illinois State’s Department of Politics and Government.

Watch the video to get the inside story on the latest home build, and read this story to learn how ISU/IWU Habitat for Humanity got started and became one of the nation’s leading chapters.

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