Habitat for Humanity hands over keys to family of three in Tyendinaga – Globalnews.ca

by ahnationtalk on January 11, 2019124 Views

January 10, 2019

Just in time for her birthday, a mother of two is now the owner of a new home in Tyendinaga Mohawk Territory. Amy Maracle and her two children were handed keys on Thursday in a ceremony by the Habitat for Humanity, Prince Edward-Hastings chapter.

Maracle, who had been desperately searching for a home, is ecstatic the day is here.

“It’s become a reality, now that it’s finally done,” says Maracle.

Before winning the home, the 35-year-old was living with her parents and five other people in their basement. Now, her children — nine-year-old Kaylynn and four-year-old Cameron — both get their own rooms.

“We have a loss of words,” says Maracle.

“I’m so happy, I couldn’t wait to come and get here,” says her daughter Kaylynn.

Read More: https://globalnews.ca/news/4835573/habitat-for-humanity-tyendinaga/

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