Clallam Habitat to dedicate new home in west Port Angeles
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The public is invited to the housing development off West 16th Street in Port Angeles to help local officials and Habitat volunteers welcome Janet Scott and her daughters, Ciana and Mikayla, into their new home.
Maloney Heights is a 15-lot subdivision being developed through a partnership with the local Habitat affiliate, Serenity House and the city of Port Angeles.
The event also will highlight a “mortgage burning” for one of the first Habitat homeowner families in the area to commemorate their having paid off the property loan early, said Maitland Peet, Habitat executive director.
Another two families will be introduced and welcomed into their new homes previously owned by Habitat selectees who have moved up to larger houses.
Sequim resident Kim Jacobs and her family have purchased a Habitat house on Maizie Court, also in Sequim.
Arthur Davila and Sarah Ketchum-Davila are buying a Habitat home on Campbell Avenue in Port Angeles.
Habitat for Humanity of Clallam County builds modest affordable housing for qualifying working families currently living in substandard housing.
For more information or to become a volunteer, phone the Habitat for Humanity office at 360-681-6780.
Last modified: August 29. 2012 5:47PM