Habitat for Humanity is building new homes in Pasco and the non-profit organization held a groundbreaking ceremony today.
Two families had the opportunity to break ground for their new homes today.
They'll also help build the homes by putting in 500 hours of labor per family.
The two homes will be built on lots on Cedar Ave. just south of Lewis St.
Mary Van said she looking forward to getting her family of 5 into the new place.
"I'm so excited," said Van. "A new home, big house and big room."
Construction will begin in the next two to three days and families expect to move in by February of 2015.
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