New Habitat project helps two families create roots

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New Habitat project helps two families create roots

Housing agency cuts ribbon on 38th project in La Plata County
Preston, 9, Austyn, 12, and their, mother Meghan Earley, open housewarming gifts from family and friends in their new house built by Habitat for Humanity of La Plata County. Earley said the family has moved repeatedly over the last several years.
From left, Habitat for Humanity Executive Director Rachel Taylor-Saghie, board president Dough Wallis, Meghan Earley, her sons Preston and Austyn, project manager Donna Nazario, Leilah Young and son, Conner, cut the ribbon at Habitat’s new duplex at Fox Farm Village in Bayfield. Earley and Young will move into their respective units within the month.

New Habitat project helps two families create roots

Preston, 9, Austyn, 12, and their, mother Meghan Earley, open housewarming gifts from family and friends in their new house built by Habitat for Humanity of La Plata County. Earley said the family has moved repeatedly over the last several years.
From left, Habitat for Humanity Executive Director Rachel Taylor-Saghie, board president Dough Wallis, Meghan Earley, her sons Preston and Austyn, project manager Donna Nazario, Leilah Young and son, Conner, cut the ribbon at Habitat’s new duplex at Fox Farm Village in Bayfield. Earley and Young will move into their respective units within the month.
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