Dedicating a new Habitat home

August 22, 2012
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The latest Oconee Habitat for Humanity home sponsored by Schneider Electric will be dedicated during a Friday afternoon ceremony in Seneca. It’s a 4-bedroom, two-bath home for Rick and Shelia Smith and their four children. The Smiths, along with Schneider Electric employees and their families worked on the site-built house at 907 Jaymory Way. The first Schneider Electric-sponsored house was built during 2008-2009 in Westminster. Two others followed at Mt. Nebo Estates, Seneca.

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