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New Homes for 2 Chico Families Thanks to Habitat for Humanity

New homes for 2 Chico families Thanks to Habitat for Humanity

Posted: Sep. 29, 2018 6:18 PM
Updated: Oct. 1, 2018 10:48 AM

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cecile realizing the american dream... habitat for humanity made this possible for two chico families nat sot full ribbon cutting cont vo the mc-hughs and the mezas are moving into their new homes. volunteers gathered at east 20th street. near chapmantown to celebrate. volunteers from chico state, united health care, st johns episcopol church, and others built the home from scratch! one new homeowner says he feels very blessed... sot full in my apartment theres no place to go for the kids to play outside. so this is going to change my life, my wife, my kids and it's a blessing! vo habitat for humanity says it took 18 months to construct the homes.. work begins on two new homes at the end
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