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Brad Harper, left, of Fairplay just outside Social Circle, and Covington resident Shane Oliver, both of whom work for Social Circle Ace Hardware, worked from 4:30 a.m. until 2 p.m. Monday helping to frame a new home in Madison for rising fifth-grader Anaiah Rucker and her family as a part of "Extreme Makeover: Home Edition." Rucker's left leg was amputated and she has been wheelchair bound as a result of injuries she sustained when she pushed her 5-year-old sister out of the way of an oncoming truck. The construction will wrap up sometime Saturday in time for the famous "Move That Bus" ceremony. The television show is expected to air on ABC in October.

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Locals enthusiastic about 'Extreme Makeover' build

COVINGTON -- It was extremely hot and they were extremely tired, but the volunteers were extremely gratified to participate in the "Extreme Makeover: Home Edition" television show that is filming this week in Madison.

Tease photo

Locals enthusiastic about 'Extreme Makeover' build

COVINGTON — It was extremely hot and they were extremely tired, but the volunteers were extremely gratified to participate in the "Extreme Makeover: Home Edition" television show that is filming this week in Madison.

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