Gillette College students work on Habitat for Humanity house

Gillette College student Pedro Piedrahita works on wiring in a Habitat for Humanity house on Oregon Avenue in 2015.

The Energy Capital Habitat for Humanity wants to build its first home in Gillette in about five years, but because of COVID-19 and a struggling energy industry, it is unknown when work will begin.

Energy Capital Habitat is an affiliate of Habitat for Humanity, a nonprofit organization that partners with people and families in need to build simple, affordable housing.

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