An Enterprise woman says it's a Thanksgiving she'll never forget. Susan Tonn along with her twin four-year-old daughters and handicapped son will soon move into a brand new home.
Volunteers with the Coffee County chapter of Habitat for Humanity have been working on the three-bedroom home, located on Cambridge Road for the last six months.
As part of the program's Sweat Equity stipulation, Tonn has been assisting in its construction.
More than a dozen businesses have donated money and materials.
A house dedication is scheduled for Sunday, December 10th.
All Lowe’s retail stores are collecting donations at the register for the Habitat for Humanity organization through mid-December.
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