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Home just one of many positive changes for family
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Times photo: Tere Dunlap The Neuenschwander family of Monticello was chosen by Habitat for Humanity to receive the next house built in Green County. Todd Neuenschwander, front left, daughter Rachel Nelson, 17, and Lea Neuenschwander each must contribute at least 250 hours of work helping build the house. Daughters Kelly Neuenschwander, 14, Katie Nelson, 14, and Becky Nelson, 16, will be able to work on the house, also. Their time can be contributed to their familys total hours.
MONROE - Changes have been coming fast for the family of Todd and Lea Neuenschwander of rural Monticello. Those changes seem to be God-driven, they say."Going to this church (Grace Church in New Glarus) changed things a lot in our life," Lea said."That's the way we see it," Todd added. "We were living paycheck to paycheck. There was no consistency."