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Habitat for Humanity: Kentucky (#1115)

In this special episode of HOMETIME, hosts Dean Johnson and Robin Hartl participate in a homebuilding project for Habitat for Humanity. Established in 1976, the organization helps low-income people build, renovate and purchase housing. Since the program's inception, Habitat for Humanity and its volunteers have built approximately 500,000 homes and provided housing for over 300,000 people. This year's project takes place in eastern Kentucky at the 13th Annual Jimmy Carter Work Project. Johnson and Hartl also take a look back at the Habitat projects they've been involved in for the past ten years. [26 minutes] Closed Captioning

This episode has not aired in the past few months on Iowa Public Television.

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Series Description: Hometime, hosted by Dean Johnson, is a do-it-yourself home improvement television series. Its aim is to provide the average homeowner with step-by-step home improvement advice for professional-looking results. In addition to how-to instruction, the show provides information on constructing new houses and renovating older homes.

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