They wore pink T-shirts and pink gloves, and sought shade and pink lemonade in a temporary “HabiCafe” decorated with pink azaleas. But the sugar and spice ended there.
About 50 female volunteers donned hard hats and wielded hammers Saturday in Kennedy Estates II, a cul-de-sac that will eventually contain 19 Habitat for Humanity homes. Another half-dozen women donated sweat equity for the opportunity to own homes in the neighborhood south of Indiantown Road and west of Central Boulevard.
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