Students from Fairview High School spent Friday afternoon helping to build a shed for a Habitat for Humanity home in Chapmantown. It's part of a Juvenile Development Leadership Program, which helps develop positive traits in young people throughout the community. Director Jacob Peterson says, "We want to get them out creating positive change in the community. That's something alot of them are really positive about, because they have help from other people, so this is their way to give back to their community."
The kids say projects like these help them get over their shyness, and teaches them a trade they can use after graduation. Friday, they built a shed for storage on the property of one home, because the house doesn't have a garage.