Ohio Valley University athletes are working on the construction of the latest Habitat for Humanity house.
Participants in five different sports spent the day painting and doing other types of carpentry work in the latest habitat home located on 14th avenue.
They had hoped to work on the outside, but of course, the weather forced them to change their plans.
"We were planning on doing some work outside the house," said basketball player Micah Mills, "but due to the weather, we had to come in and do some other things inside."
"The taping usually takes a long time," said soccer player Amanda Martinez, "but, with five of us doing it, we got the rooms taped and we're doing the painting already."
When completed, this will be Habitat's 56th home in Wood County.