RALEIGH, N.C. (WNCN) — For the first time in the history of the North Carolina State Fair, a Habitat for Humanity House will be built at the fair during the fair.
It will take just 10 days to build the new home for a local family of four. The home will showcase North Carolina materials and craftsmanship. The build site will be at the Hunt Horse Complex, so fair-goers will be able to see the project’s progress.
Employees from a number of state agencies are teaming up on the project, but volunteers are still needed from Thursday through Oct. 22. Those interested can sign up at habitatwake.org.
After the home is complete, it will be moved to east Raleigh.