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Desiree Bollerup, 24, left, of Shirley and her (Credit: Brittany Wait)

Desiree Bollerup, 24, left, of Shirley and her mother Carolyn, 55, were among the seven mother and daughter pairs lending their skills to Middle Island-based Habitat for Humanity of Suffolk to build a home in East Patchogue for a local family in need during National Women Build Week. It serves as a unique way for local mothers and daughters to celebrate Mother's Day early. (May 11, 2013)

Mom/daughter pairs build home for Mother's Day

Seven mother and daughter pairs lend their skills to Middle Island-based Habitat for Humanity of Suffolk to build a home in East Patchogue for a local family in need during National Women Build Week. It also serves as a unique way to celebrate Mother's Day early. (May 11, 2013)

Seven mother and daughter pairs lend their skills
(Credit: Brittany Wait)

Seven mother and daughter pairs lend their skills to Middle Island-based Habitat for Humanity of Suffolk to build a home in East Patchogue for a local family in need during National Women Build Week. It serves as a unique way for local mothers and daughters to celebrate Mother's Day early. Sachem Girl Scout Troop 975 brought baked goods for the volunteers. (May 11, 2013)

Desiree Bollerup, 24, left, of Shirley and her
(Credit: Brittany Wait)

Desiree Bollerup, 24, left, of Shirley and her mother Carolyn, 55, were among the seven mother and daughter pairs lending their skills to Middle Island-based Habitat for Humanity of Suffolk to build a home in East Patchogue for a local family in need during National Women Build Week. It serves as a unique way for local mothers and daughters to celebrate Mother's Day early. (May 11, 2013)

Alexandra Casazza, 17, of Sayville, and her mother
(Credit: Brittany Wait)

Alexandra Casazza, 17, of Sayville, and her mother Teresa were among the seven mother and daughter pairs lending their skills to Middle Island-based Habitat for Humanity of Suffolk to build a home in East Patchogue for a local family in need during National Women Build Week. It serves as a unique way for local mothers and daughters to celebrate Mother's Day early. (May 11, 2013)

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Alexandra Casazza, 17, of Sayville and her mother,
(Credit: Brittany Wait)

Alexandra Casazza, 17, of Sayville and her mother, were among the seven mother and daughter pairs lending their skills to Middle Island-based Habitat for Humanity of Suffolk to build a home in East Patchogue for a local family in need during National Women Build Week. It serves as a unique way for local mothers and daughters to celebrate Mother's Day early. (May 11, 2013)

Fawn Silver, 44, of Blue Point, left, and
(Credit: Brittany Wait)

Fawn Silver, 44, of Blue Point, left, and her daughter Stephanie, 17, were among the seven mother and daughter pairs lending their skills to Middle Island-based Habitat for Humanity of Suffolk to build a home in East Patchogue for a local family in need during National Women Build Week. It serves as a unique way for local mothers and daughters to celebrate Mother's Day early. (May 11, 2013)

Seven mother and daughter pairs lend their skills
(Credit: Brittany Wait)

Seven mother and daughter pairs lend their skills to Middle Island-based Habitat for Humanity of Suffolk to build a home in East Patchogue for a local family in need during National Women Build Week. It serves as a unique way for local mothers and daughters to celebrate Mother's Day early. (May 11, 2013)

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