(Dave Logan/for Peninsula Daily News)

(Dave Logan/for Peninsula Daily News)

Habitat home project in Port Angeles

Port Angeles-area churches have donated $60,000 for Habitat For Humanity home construction in Maloney Heights in west Port Angeles.

Thrivent, a religious-based financial institution, matched that amount for a total of $120,000 to be used for materials and contractors.

The rest of the cost will be volunteer labor from churches on a scheduled basis.

New owner Kaeli McClure, pictured with Colleen Robinson, Habitat For Humanity executive director, left, and the oldest of her three children, Karstone, 10, will put 250 hours into the project, of which 100 hours is actual manual labor.

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