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Rick and Lori Thompson shared excitement with their mentor, Marlene Bettin, as the community gathered to celebrate the beginning of construction for the Thompsons' Habitat for Humanity home. (Contributed photo)

Thompson family partners with Habitat for Humanity

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Nearly 500 community members recently kicked off the beginning of Habitat for Humanity of Douglas County's (HFHDC) build season by taking part in its annual Hard Hat Breakfast.

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The breakfast sets the stage for the build season and invites community members to build in partnership with HFHDC and change the lives of families through affordable home ownership.

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