Residence Life partnered with Habitat for Humanity for their second annual Alternative Spring Break trip. Ten students and two staff members from Belmont University spent the week in Cleveland, Tennessee. The group spent the first part of the trip in a residential area of 30 Habitat homes working on the exterior siding of one home and finishing up the foundation and installing the entire floor system for another. Later in the week the focus shifted to renovating an old movie theater that the local Habitat affiliate will soon use to support the operations of its home supply store as well as much needed office space.
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