Sheryl Fisher is preparing to move into her new home, built in a whirlwind week with the help of volunteers and local businesses.
Fisher is the latest Habitat for Humanity homeowner in Lawrence, and a service will be held today to recognize everyone who helped with the project. The service will be at 2 p.m. at the Mustard Seed Christian Fellowship Church, 700 Wakarusa.
The service will be followed by an open house at the house, 927 LaSalle. The service is open to the public.
The home was built in March, during a ``Spring Break Alternative'' week. Fisher and 150 volunteers finished everything during the week, except the cabinet installation and floor coverings. Fisher will be signing the mortgage papers this week, buying the house at cost with no interest.