WIBW-TV's MomsEveryday host Amanda Lanum picks up a hammer after visiting with Golden Eagle Casino volunteers at a Habitat for Humanity build site.
TOPEKA, Kan. (WIBW) - Volunteers continue working hard in the heat to complete Topeka's largest Habitat for Humanity house to date.
A group from Golden Eagle Casino was the latest to lend a hand to the efforts. They spent the day cutting bushes, putting up windows and working on the bathrooms at the home at 1717 SW Sieben.
Tonya Negonsott-Rodvelt says giving their time was a way to show appreciation for the deep connections Golden Eagle, which is located near Horton, has made in the Capital City.
"We thought what a great opportunity because we do network also with WIBW," she said. "It's just our way to give back to the community."
WIBW-TV has partnered with Thrivent Financial and Habitat for Humanity on the homebuilding project. Bora and Jeanne Munganga and their six children are set to move in by mid-September.
Posted by Melissa Brunner