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April 18, 2008

Cairo-- Grady County's Habitat For Humanity is making dreams come true for one lucky family.   Friday, Terra Delaine and Samuel Edouard signed paperwork to become owners of a brand new home.

The couple, their 3 children, and a nephew they have custody of, were chosen out of 23 families who applied for the home. They say it will change their lives now and far into the future.  "Its going to help us because, being the fact that we have 3 kids, when we move on, our kids will have somewhere to stay. They won't have to depend on anyone else, they can depend on their selves," says Delaine.

Habitat for Humanity will begin building the three bedroom home this month, and it should be finished in 3 months.

 

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