Habitat for Humanity Groundbreaking in Gadsden

The Gadsden Etowah Habitat for Humanity celebrates the groundbreaking on a new home for a deserving local family. This new Habitat house is sponsored by Habitat for Humanity and Mary Alvey. It will be house number forty-four constructed by the local Habitat chapter and it will be the home of the McClaughn Family. Randall, Sandra, and daughter, Jessica have put in their sweat equity by participating in other building projects. A Habitat house usually takes five to six months to build, but the recent winter weather has caused some delay. The organization hopes to build three more houses this year, including one in Rainbow City. Habitat for Humanity has been serving Gadsden and Etowah County since 1996. For more information call 256-543-1898 or visit their office on Rainbow Drive in Rainbow City.

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