A new home for the holidays

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A new home for the holidays

Excited to start moving into their Habitat for Humanity-built home are Stefanie and Steven Medina with their son, Estevan, pictured with the Rev. Mark Palmer from The River Church, who helped with the dedication, on Nov. 17 at Fox Farm Village in Bayfield. The Medinas put in 500 hours of sweat equity, including 200 hours on the build, to qualify for their new home.
Anjoletta and Chris Krug with their son, Byron, and daughter, Brianna, are ready to cut the ribbon on their new Habitat for Humanity home on Nov. 17 at Fox Farm Village.

A new home for the holidays

Excited to start moving into their Habitat for Humanity-built home are Stefanie and Steven Medina with their son, Estevan, pictured with the Rev. Mark Palmer from The River Church, who helped with the dedication, on Nov. 17 at Fox Farm Village in Bayfield. The Medinas put in 500 hours of sweat equity, including 200 hours on the build, to qualify for their new home.
Anjoletta and Chris Krug with their son, Byron, and daughter, Brianna, are ready to cut the ribbon on their new Habitat for Humanity home on Nov. 17 at Fox Farm Village.
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