Habitat for Humanity of Gadsden and Etowah County celebrated the completion of their 43rd home today. The new home that belongs to Melissa Taylor and her son, Brayden, was officially dedicated today with the presentation of the key to the house, a Bible for the family and a special prayer blessing from a local church. The home is located in Rainbow City and is the first Habitat home to be built in that city. The new homeowner says that she is especially proud of the new home because of the unfortunate situation they had been living in. Home number 43 is significant to the organization because it is the final home to be built utilizing a special fund that was the result of a posthumous donation by a woman named Mary Alvey. For more information on how to become a Habitat for Humanity volunteer or a Habitat for Humanity homeowner, simply call their office at 256.543.1898 or visit them online at www.gadsdenhabitat.com.