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A local flavor to future 'Extreme Makeover'
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Photo supplied Workers from Tri-State Aluminum Products Company, Belleville, and other area roofing contractors, load materials on the roof of the Rochelle Anders-Beatty home in Richland Center. The original home was demolished on July 26 and the new home completed on July 31. Between 3,000 and 4,000 volunteers worked on the project.
RICHLAND CENTER - Skip Miller likens it to two teams trying to win their own Super Bowl in the same day."The roofing and siding were going on at the same time they were insulating, dry walling, and painting," said Miller, who is co-owner along with sister Rhoda Hehn and brother Eric Miller of Tri-State Aluminum Products Company in Belleville.A couple weeks ago, the cast and crew of the ABC television show "Extreme Makeover: Home Edition" made a stop in Richland Center at the Rochelle Anders-Beatty home.

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