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Public invited to dedication of Habitat home in Alexandria

The public is invited to a dedication program to celebrate the completion of Alexandria's newest Habitat for Humanity home. Volunteers, donors, Habitat for Humanity representatives, and the partner family will gather at 102 Viking Place, Alexandr...

The public is invited to a dedication program to celebrate the completion of Alexandria's newest Habitat for Humanity home.

Volunteers, donors, Habitat for Humanity representatives, and the partner family will gather at 102 Viking Place, Alexandria on Tuesday, July 28 at 5 p.m.

They'll celebrate the hard work, the financial backing and the community support that made this home possible. The home is located in Lakeview Park Addition between Birch and McKay Avenue.

A brief program is planned and refreshments will be served.

Homebuyers Dan and Amy Johnson and their twin sons, Landon and Logan, are more than just a little eager to move into their new home, according to Habitat leaders. The dedication is also a celebration for all the volunteers who helped make this home possible.

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For more information, contact Habitat for Humanity at (320) 762-4255, info@hfhdouglascounty.org or www.hfhdouglascounty.org .

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