Take An Early Tour Of The City's Largest Habitat For Humanity Home

By: Nick Viviani
By: Nick Viviani
Most of the walls are up and flooring and a stairway are also installed - with plumbing work underway. Right now, crews are working on covering the walls.

(WIBW)

TOPEKA, Kan. (WIBW) -- Progress is being made on the Topeka's largest Habitat for Humanity home.

Most of the walls are up and flooring and a stairway are also installed - with plumbing work underway. Right now, crews are working on covering the walls. Click on the video and watch WIBW's Drew Switzer take you on a tour of the home.

Major partners, including Thrivent Financial and WIBW-TV, are partnering with Habitat to build an affordable home for Jeanne and Bora Munganga and their six children.

They should be able to move in by mid-September.


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