Tribune photo by Aaron Piper / Ron Anderson saws boards to length Saturday in Seymour for what will eventually become his new home. Anderson's home is being constructed by Habitat for Humanity. Currently Anderson and his family are living in Freetown.
Tribune photo by Aaron Piper / Seymour resident Dan Woods nails a board across other boards to hold them in place until paneling can be secured on them. The house on Second Street is being constructed by Habitat for Humanity.
The thunk, thunk, thunk of hammers pounding nails into plywood was a satisfying sound to the small crew of volunteers Saturday at 402 E. Second St. in Seymour.
But to Ronald and Katena Anderson, the sound meant much more than a day of hard work.
It signaled a future of hope.
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