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UHV Gamma Beta Phi chapter helps with Habitat home

April 27, 2014 at 7:02 p.m.
Updated April 26, 2014 at 11:27 p.m.

The adviser and members of the University of Houston-Victoria Chapter of Gamma Beta Phi take a break after working on a Golden Crescent Habitat for Humanity home being built in Victoria. Pictured, from left, are Ricardo Teixeira, faculty adviser; Laura King, president; Erin Gabrysch, graduate student and the Spring 2013 Outstanding Undergraduate Student in the UHV School of Arts and Sciences; Alexandra Corbin, graduate student; Melissa Staggs, undergraduate student; Brandelyn Wiser, historian; and Aaron Cardinale, undergraduate student. Members of the honor and service organization worked on the same home in mid-April that other UHV students helped with in mid-March during spring break

The adviser and members of the University of Houston-Victoria Chapter of Gamma Beta Phi take a break after working on a Golden Crescent Habitat for Humanity home being built in Victoria. Pictured, from left, are Ricardo Teixeira, faculty adviser; Laura King, president; Erin Gabrysch, graduate student and the Spring 2013 Outstanding Undergraduate Student in the UHV School of Arts and Sciences; Alexandra Corbin, graduate student; Melissa Staggs, undergraduate student; Brandelyn Wiser, historian; and Aaron Cardinale, undergraduate student. Members of the honor-and-service organization worked on the same home in mid-April that other UHV students helped with in mid-March during spring break.

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