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Habitat for Humanity presented keys to home

GUELPH - The second women’s build project at 439 York Rd. is complete and Habitat for Humanity Wellington County partner family, a mom and her two daughters became homeowners in a ceremony at the newly constructed house on Tuesday. 

Habitat Wellington staff and the women build steering committee expressed their gratitude for the hard work and commitment from the women build volunteers and project sponsors.

City dignitaries and Rev. Brice Martin greeted the family to their new neighbourhood and community.

 

November 18, 2011

 
 

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