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Habitat for Humanity to dedicate home

HARTSELLE — Patricia Bolden and her children, Aaliyah and Davante, will move into their new home Sunday.

That's when Habitat for Humanity of Morgan County officials will dedicate the 39th home they have constructed.

The dedication ceremony is at 2 p.m. at 511 Homeplace Ave. in Phoenix Place Subdivision.

Volunteer aid

Cerro Wire in Hartselle sponsored the home with the help of volunteers from U.S. Army Reserve Alpha Company 926 Engineer Platoon.

Sunday's ceremony is open to the public.

For additional information, contact the Habitat office at 340-9609.

- Deangelo McDaniel

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