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Habitat for Humanity Dedicates 32nd Franklin County Home
Monday, 09 December 2013 10:52
Epifania Flores, center, with her two children Daniel and Danizel holding a piece of lumber salvaged from the house that was torn down to make way for the new construction at 408 E. Washington St.Public Opinion

Franklin County celebrated its 32nd Habitat For Humanity house on Dec 01, 2013.

Located at 408 E Washington St in Chambersburg, volunteers worked 2,000 hours from June to November, according to a news release from Habitat for Humanity of Franklin County. The house was finished just in time for Epifania Flores and her two children to enjoy their Thanksgiving meal inside the new home.

Vote Habitat in Martin's Sharing Our Blessings Charity Contest
Monday, 02 December 2013 09:54

Vote For Habitat in Martin's Sharing Our Blessings Charity ContestIn great appreciation of all the fine work Your Local Habitat does, Habitat For Humanity of Franklin County was selected to be part of Martin’s Sharing Our Blessings Charity Contest.

The results are in!

Habitat's 32nd Home in 20 Years and 3rd in 2013
Wednesday, 20 November 2013 11:50
Two Habitat for Humanity homes are neighbors at East Washington Street, Chambersburg, Tuesday, November 19, 2013. Markell DeLoatchPublic Opinion

Franklin County Habitat for Humanity will dedicate its 32nd home in 20 years at 3 p.m. Dec. 1. The two-story home at 408 E. Washington St., Chambersburg, replaces a blighted property that Habitat tore down in the spring. The home also is next door to a home that Habitat volunteers finished building in January.

Habitat House is First 'Recycled' One in Franklin County
Thursday, 17 October 2013 09:25
The Rev. Keith Bowers, a Habitat for Humanity board member, presents a Bible to Habitat resident Joan Williams at the Sept. 29 dedication ceremony.Herald Mail

On Sept. 29, Habitat for Humanity of Franklin County, Pa., dedicated its 31st house and its first formally recycled house.

The Rev. Rosie Magee, chaplain at Wilson College, led the blessing and prayer.

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