Continental Resources teams up with Habitat for Humanity to help rebuild a community

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MOORE РOn Saturday, Oct. 26,  framing began on the first Central Oklahoma Habitat for Humanity home to be built in Moore for a family displaced by the May 20 tornado.
Jose and Ana Herrera lost their home when an EF5 tornado tore through south Oklahoma City. The couple, with their daughter Ana, will be on hand for the framing, along with volunteers from Continental Resources and officials of Central Oklahoma Habitat. Continental Resources made the homebuilding project possible through donations and manpower.
Central Oklahoma Habitat for Humanity is poised to build as many as 400 homes over the next three to five years for families impacted by the May tornadoes. Central Oklahoma Habitat is a nonprofit, ecumenical Christian housing ministry that provides affordable housing for hardworking families with limited income.
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