Habitat for Humanity turns over keys to its 17th house

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[December 26, 2012]     Send a link to a friend

On Sunday, just in time for Christmas, Habitat for Humanity turned over the keys to the affiliate's 17th build in Logan County.

The home now belongs to Harley and Chaka Utterback and their sons, Aven and Dakyn. With snow on the ground and very chilly temperatures, the house blessing ceremony was held inside the home. Thankfully, one of the very nice features in the home is laminate flooring, so folks were able to come in and share the Utterbacks' joy without worrying about ruining carpets.

The service began with Habitat president Mike Irwin talking about the commitment the Utterbacks have made to homeownership. The family will work to pay back the cost of the build by making monthly payments. Like any other homeowners, they will be responsible for their home and to the community where they now live.

Pictures by Nila Smith






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