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Habitat house transfers to second homeowner

Denise McAllister congratulates Maebell Capers during the Habitat for Humanity dedication of her new home Monday evening in Bluffton. The Habitat for Humanity house was originally given to Leeanne and Chad Ery. After the couple purchased a new home for their growing family, they deeded the house back to Habitat so it could be given to a new family. Chad Ery was there at the dedication ceremony, along with Habitat for Humanity donors and volunteers to welcome new owner Maebell Capers and her family.
Denise McAllister congratulates Maebell Capers during the Habitat for Humanity dedication of her new home Monday evening in Bluffton. The Habitat for Humanity house was originally given to Leeanne and Chad Ery. After the couple purchased a new home for their growing family, they deeded the house back to Habitat so it could be given to a new family. Chad Ery was there at the dedication ceremony, along with Habitat for Humanity donors and volunteers to welcome new owner Maebell Capers and her family.

Once a house built by Habitat for Humanity, almost always a Habitat house. As residents move onto to larger homes or move out of the area, Habitat for Humanity works to get another family moved in. That was the case recently in Bluffton.

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