'Glad to do it' - Relief Society serves, 'builds' community

After a little over a month's delay because of an unprecedented ice storm, the sisters of the Puyallup Washington South Stake Relief Society were able to work on and complete a long-planned service project, March 2-3.

The Relief Society became a partner with the organization Habitat for Humanity to help build 13 homes in Tacoma, Wash. At the site, the LDS women donned the Church's Helping Hands vests and were greeted by experienced site managers who instructed them in the various aspects and procedures needed for the day's construction. The women were not asked to do anything beyond their level of comfort but given the opportunity to learn new skills.

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