Ashley and Brian Lewis and their children celebrated their new Habitat for Humanity home in Jackson. The home on Georgetown Drive was dedicated Saturday with a blessing and a gathering of friends, family and Habitat members.
Emma shows off her new room and local Habitat for Humanity Executive Director Russ Wanta passed along a Bible and led the group in prayer thanking contractors and volunteers for their generosity.
On Wednesday another Habitat for Humanity home will be started in Washington County. A groundbreaking is set for 9 a.m.
The home on Bender Road in West Bend is a tri-parish build and includes Saint Frances Cabrini, St. Mary’s and Holy Trinity Newburg.
The three parishes have joined together to raise the money for Habitat and help volunteers to build it.
Habitat for Humanity in Dodge and Washington Counties: Seeking to put God’s love into action, Habitat for Humanity brings people together to build homes, communities and hope.