Brochu gets keys to new Habitat for Humanity home

Dec 21, 2012
Photo by: Vicki Doudera Krista Lopez Brochu, middle, holds the keys to Midcoast Habitat for Humanity's latest home, which she purchased Dec. 21. Flanking her are volunteers Susan Taylor, chairman of the Family Support committee and Attorney Ed Doudera, who performed the closing.

Thomaston — Krista Lopez Brochu is the newest owner of Midcoast Habitat for Humanity's latest home, which she purchased Dec. 21.

Habitat homeowners are hardworking residents of Knox County who demonstrate need and are willing to partner with Habitat to help construct their house and pay a no-interest mortgage.

To learn more about affordable, energy-efficient Habitat houses, please contact Midcoast Habitat at 236-6123 or see the guidelines on the website at midcoasthabitat.org. The group is actively looking for partner families for the new year and beyond.

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