By Scott Hunter
November 8, 2003
Albany--A group of hardworking volunteers brought an early gift to a needy family in Albany. More than 40 workers with Rebuilding Together's Christmas in April project refurbished a home on Florence Drive. It was the group's 100th home.Community members and professionals workers volunteer their time, hands, and supplies to renovate about 20 homes each year.
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