Habitat for Humanity of Williams County is staging a groundbreaking this Friday at 4 p.m. at 615 E. Bryan St., in Bryan, the site of its next home build project.

This will be the 33rd Habitat home in the 27 years of Habitat’s existence as a local organization, according to Mary Ann Peters, executive director of the local Habitat group.

Lisa Miller and her two children, of Bryan, is the partner family. Miller works at Fountain Park Assisted Living, Memory Care & Villas, in Bryan, and is attending nursing school to become a registered nurse.

The community is welcome to attend the groundbreaking and volunteers for the upcoming build are welcome. For more information, contact the Habitat office at 419-636-9093.

(Information courtesy of Habitat for Humanity of Williams County)

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