A single mother and her three children will soon have a place to call home in Coffee County.
A groundbreaking ceremony was held for the latest Habitat for Humanity house.
It is being built on Cambridge Road in Enterprise for Susan Tonn. She along with her twin daughters, and her 17-year-old son, Adam will live there. He is disabled and confined to a wheelchair. The home will be handicapped accessible.
The Enterprise Sunrise Rotary Club along with volunteers will make it all possible.
"It is like a dream come true. I grew up in a neighborhood. We now live on Damascus; my kids can't go out and play outside. Now, I feel really blessed," said Tonn.
The Honn's home should be completed within the next three-to-four months.
It's the fourth home that will be built by the Coffee County chapter of Habitat for Humanity.
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