Habitat for Humanity dedicates first house in new subdivision
Five-year-old Nick Cox's favorite part of his new home built through Grundy-Three Rivers Habitat for Humanity is not his bedroom or his playroom. It's the fact that he got to help construct it.
"I liked helping them build it. I helped a lot," he said just after giving his friend a tour of his new home."
Habitat for Humanity dedicated Saturday morning its ninth house, the first one in the "Hancock-Page Subdivision" on the old papermill property on North Street in Morris. The plan is for five total homes in the subdivision.
John Latimer, immediate past president of the Grundy-Three Rivers board, recognized the government officials, donors and construction team volunteers who contributed to the project.
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