Woman receives Habitat home in Tupelo

April 24, 2018

Posted: Tue Apr 24 10:38:12 PDT 2018
Updated: Tue Apr 24 10:38:12 PDT 2018

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what was once an empty lot in tupelo is now afamily'shome. teresa agnew is the latest recipient of a home from habitatforhumanity.... this is the first time for habitat to build thishouse plan. many of the people that worked on the house as well as agnew and herfamily were at thededicationof thehomethis morning. firstpresbyterian church aided with funds and provided volunteers for the build which took a little longer than normal. "it took us a while to complete. we faced some interesting challenges as alwayswiththe size of the lot, a new plan, and a few things that popped upduringbuilding," "i just feel so blessed. i'm happy for everything that has happened for me. it all happened because of god. without him it would not have been possible. i justthankgod and give him all of the honor and glory," ms. agnew picked outallthe colors and planted the flowersin the yard herself and is expecting to move in
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