Two Modular Habitat Homes Rise in SC

IndependentMail reports from Seneca, South Carolina a volunteer crew from Foothills Community Church of Seneca helped site and finish two modular Oconee County Habitat for Humanity homes. The church is donating $25,000 towards the cost and 100 volunteers from the congregation are helping complete the homes. Bill Banholzer, modular home construction manager for Oconee County Habitat for Humanity, says, “With their help we will give two more families on our waiting list a home this year. By 2013, the Jaymory Way community of 12 homes — on-site build and modular — will be completed.” MHProNews has learned Seneca is located in the far northwestern corner of the state.

(Photo credit: IndependentMail–Foothills Church/Habitat for Humanity)

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