A worker for Habitat for Humanity left a brick house being rehabilitated with lumber from the 2016 Rockefeller Christmas Tree, in Newburgh, N.Y. Boards from the 94-foot Norway spruce were trucked 50 miles north, and volunteers recently used the planks to fix up two brick-front homes.
A worker for Habitat for Humanity left a brick house being rehabilitated with lumber from the 2016 Rockefeller Christmas Tree, in Newburgh, N.Y. Boards from the 94-foot Norway spruce were trucked 50 miles north, and volunteers recently used the planks to fix up two brick-front homes. Michael Hill AP
A worker for Habitat for Humanity left a brick house being rehabilitated with lumber from the 2016 Rockefeller Christmas Tree, in Newburgh, N.Y. Boards from the 94-foot Norway spruce were trucked 50 miles north, and volunteers recently used the planks to fix up two brick-front homes. Michael Hill AP

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December 06, 2017 03:54 PM