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Two Washington Co. Families Given Habitat for Humanity Homes

FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. (KNWA) – Keys for two new homes were handed over to two local families on Tuesday. Habitat for Humanity of Washington County, along with volunteers, spent months preparing the two homes on West Avenue. Attendees were able to tour the ...

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