While college kids are hanging out at the beach this spring break, some have chosen to spend their vacation in the Azalea City
Nearly 400 students from across the U.S. will be hammering away this month as part of Habitat for Humanity's Collegiate Challenge.
The spring breakers are framing exterior and interior walls for houses that will be built in June for The Jimmy Carter Work Project. Some say this is the most productive way to spend their break.
Lowndes County has donated the 4-H camp in Lake Park for the entire month to house the students, and two additional homes were also provided from the Hahira United Methodist Church for lodging.
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Habitat for Humanity
Source: http://www.habitat.org/ (The Habitat for Humanity International Web site)
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