PROVO -- Volunteers including Olympian and World Cup skeleton champion Noelle Pikus-Pace and UVU first lady Paige Holland got to work on a Habitat for Humanity home in Provo on Wednesday as part of Habitat for Humanity's National Women Build Week.
"It's wonderful to be part of such a great cause, having so many women from UVU, BYU and the community help a family in need," Holland said.
Pikus-Pace, who was spending her fourth day on the job site, was honored to be a part of the project after wanting to volunteer for some time. Having already installed bracing, siding and with drywall work coming up on Friday, Pikus-Pace was feeling more confident by the day.
"If anyone wants to build confidence come out here and build a home," Pikus-Pace said.