The Beltrans moved into their new home in Selma at the end of August. It was the Johnston Habitat for Humanity’s 19th house built.
The Beltrans moved into their new home in Selma at the end of August. It was the Johnston Habitat for Humanity’s 19th house built. HABITAT FOR HUMANITY
The Beltrans moved into their new home in Selma at the end of August. It was the Johnston Habitat for Humanity’s 19th house built. HABITAT FOR HUMANITY

Habitat for Humanity starts 20th home this month

October 07, 2013 06:16 PM

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