Rogelio Garduza (right) and his son, Rogelio Jr. work to unload sheets of plywood Thursday afternoon as they construct the roof on one of the more than 100 homes Habitat for Humanity has been working to build at a subdivision neighborhood in Immokalee since Hurricane Wilma. This particular home is one five homes from the national House-In-A-Box program, which is an effort by Habitat to help hurricane Katrina victim.

Photo by Anthony Souffle

Rogelio Garduza (right) and his son, Rogelio Jr. work to unload sheets of plywood Thursday afternoon as they construct the roof on one of the more than 100 homes Habitat for Humanity has been working to build at a subdivision neighborhood in Immokalee since Hurricane Wilma. This particular home is one five homes from the national House-In-A-Box program, which is an effort by Habitat to help hurricane Katrina victim.

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