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Home » Newswire » My kids can grow up in this house’: Habitat completes 1st home on Lennox Island – CBC
by ahnationtalk on January 28, 202092 Views
Sark home is Habitat for Humanity’s first build in Lennox Island First Nation
Jan 27, 2020
After several years of bouncing around between different homes, Kelly Sark finally has the keys to her very own house — a three-bedroom home for her, and her two children.
The house was built by Habitat for Humanity P.E.I., and it’s the organization’s first build in Lennox Island First Nation.
After spending hundreds of hours on the build site, alongside many volunteers, putting up walls and laying down floors, Sark is excited to make the house a home.
“It’s amazing, because I can, my kids can, grow up in this house, and they can say, ‘My mom helped build this house,'” Sark said.
Read More: https://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/prince-edward-island/pei-lennox-island-habitat-for-humanity-house-2020-1.5439734
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