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Habitat for Humanity dedicates home

November 19, 2013

Marcus Hendrix and Zoë Tate watch as Raven Hendrix and Tammye Haynes show B.J. their new homeowner’s wreath. Receiving the wreath was part of the dedication ceremony for the fifth Habitat for Humanity Maroon Edition home on Monday. (Photo by Morgan Upton, SDN)

It was a good Monday for Marcus and Raven Hendrix and their two children. The family celebrated its new home with a dedication service with members of Habitat for Humanity, Mississippi State University and more.

The family broke ground at 113 Beattie Street in August with Habitat for Humanity executive director Joel Downey, Mississippi State University President Mark Keenum and representatives from Habitat’s covenant members.

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