Habitat For Humanity and Wilson College partnered to construct a 6 foot-by-8 foot garden shed on campus to be placed at the 50th house built by volunteers in Franklin County. The two organizations share a history of involvement, but current restrictions prohibited Wilson students from leaving campus to work at the milestone Habitat jobsite in Fayetteville.

Wilson Chaplain Derek Wadlington and Mark Story, community engagement director with Habitat, dreamed up the idea of bringing Habitat to Wilson. Story notes, “Central to our mission

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