Jackson County Habitat for Humanity dedicated its ninth house, located at Duncan Street, in Commerce on Saturday, Dec. 31, at 10 a.m. The house, the affiliate’s ninth build, will become the home of Jason Hendrix.
“In addition to marking the completion of the house, this event will honor all of those individuals, organizations and churches whose generosity of time and money has helped make this house a reality,” said Jackson County Habitat affiliate president Mark Bradley. “It will celebrate a deserving young man’s new home, and the miracle of what can be accomplished through commitment and caring.”
Jason Hendrix (back row, fourth from left) is shown with the Habitat for Humanity of Jackson County board at the ceremony dedicating his new residence.
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