Last December, we told you about nine high school students who were building a tiny house for charity, while learning skills in construction. Now the project is complete and it’s time to raffle off the house to help seniors and others in need.
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Metro Community Services is an Idaho nonprofit that helps seniors, low income people and those with disabilities. They teamed up with the COSSA trade and craft school that pulls in high school kids from Marsing, Homedale, Notus, Parma and Wilder.