The Senior Class of St. Lucie West Centennial High School participated in an outreach project Saturday, November 1st. The service project was through Habitat for Humanity, which is a nonprofit based on the belief that every child, woman and man should have a decent, safe and affordable place to live.

The seniors woke up bright and early to get a head start on the project, which was a two bedroom, one bathroom house that needed to be gutted entirely. The students and their Senior Sponsors, Kerry Young and Carol Rondeau, took hammers and other tools to the drywall; they were assisted by a fellow Centennial teacher, Connie McCraw. After a lunch break and many trips to the dumpster, the house was gutted entirely and ready to be rebuilt. When the house is ready for a deserving family, the students and their sponsors will be able to go back and present the family with the key to their new home.