Created: Sat, 07 Jun 2014 11:28:00 CST
Updated: Mon, 09 Jun 2014 10:53:54 CST
130 workers, 27 companies, 5 days and one home.
Sunday, April Mora became the newest homeowner through Grand Island Area Habitat for Humanity.
We've been following this story all week. Habitat was tasked with building an entire home in just 5 days. A feat they say wouldn't have been possible without those 27 companies donating time and even supplies.
The organization held a dedication celebration at Lincoln Elementary in Grand Island, where Mora was handed her keys before taking off to show her four kids their new home for the first time.
She says that moment was the best part of the day.
"Seeing the kids reaction. They were screaming and jumping and doing twirls in their bedrooms. I just love it. This is their home now." Said Mora.
The home is not free, Mora paid her down payment through over 500 hours of sweat equity time, helping build other homes and her own.
She will pay an interest free mortgage.