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Female stars of the stage and screen will be out-and-about with power tools this weekend when they take part in Habitat For Humanity's first ever Women Empowerment Build.

From May 22-24, stars such as Kate Linder, Molly Burnett and Arianne Zucker of “Days of Our Lives” will join the charity and the Entertainment Industries Council, Inc in California to build homes for the needy. Joining them will be Hunter Tylo, Alley Mills and Kimberly Matula of “The Bold & the Beautiful”; Cassidy Freeman of “Smallville”; Vanessa A. Williams of “Soul Food” and “Lincoln Heights” and Holliston Coleman of “Medium”.

“Many of our families have women as heads of household,” said Habitat for Humanity San Fernando/Santa Clarita Valleys CEO Donna Deutchman. “We wanted to do more than just have a day where women build.We wanted to help our mothers and their daughters realize they too can be active agents of change to make a better community for themselves and their neighbors. The women coming to this event are at the top of their professions and want to encourage others by their example, and by sharing their success.”

The public is also encouraged to take part in the event, which starts at the Pacoima Habitat Site, 12600 Carl Street, Pacoima.

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