Habitat for Humanity Home a "Blessing" for Autauga County Family

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By Heather VacLav

A Habitat for Humanity house becomes a home Sunday afternoon for an Autauga County family.
 
The Autauga-Chilton counties Habitat for Humanity built their 22nd home for Alana Golson and her children. Golson is a single mother of twins, one who has health issues.

"its a blessing I know," Golson said, "I thank God everyday, even before it happened, I thank God for it."
 
"Right now I can't say thak you [enough],  it's a little emotional trying to hold it together," Golson said with tears in her eyes outside of her new home.
 
The three bedroom home is built to the updated Green Energy Key standards on land donated to Golson by her uncle. Montgomery's Alabama Steel Supply provided a new roof and 100-volunteer hours during construction.
 

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