BEAUMONT, Texas – Following practice on February 23, the Texas Wildcatters spent their afternoon working on a housing project for Habitat for Humanity.
In five hours the team, which hopes to return for another day of work in the future, constructed all of the outer walls for the house.
“We are very excited that the Wildcatters came to help on the construction site,” said Uliana Trylowsky, Executive Director for Beaumont’s Habitat for Humanity. “Their participation is a nice way to show their community support and involvement.”
Since 1976, Habitat for Humanity has built more than 175, 000 houses providing shelter for nearly 900,000 people worldwide.