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Habitat Dedicates Student-Designed Home

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Highlands County Habitat for Humanity dedicated its newest home Monday evening at 2707 Dixon Road in Avon Park. South Florida Community College students from instructor Tanna Markel’s architectural design class assisted with designing the three-bedroom, two-bath home, which has become the new benchmark for local Habitat housing due to its attractive appearance and energy efficient features. Appearing with Habitat executive director John Hawthorne (second from left) are Dr. Norm Stephens, Dr. Leana Revell, SFCC trustee Tim Backer, and Kevin Brown.

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