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Habitat finishes 40th, starts 41st home
INVISTA-sponsored home is first in Lugoff
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Habitat volunteers and INVISTA employees get ready to ceremoniously break ground Friday on Medfield Drive in Lugoff. Those participating are (from left) Habitat board member Dan Lovatt; Bishop Joseph Miller; Habitat Executive Director Laurey Carpenter; Camden City Councilwoman and Habitat ReStore Manager/Construction Supervisor Deborah Davis; INVISTA Site Manager Steven Kimpton; future homeowner Amanda Johnson; and INVISTA employees Greg Twait, Daphne Fulmer, Brian Nixon and Annette Little. - photo by Martin L. Cahn
Habitat for Humanity of Kershaw County recently celebrated two milestones in one week. On Oct. 9, Habitat dedicated its 40th completed home to Latresha Allen on Doby Street in Camden. Four days later, on Friday, the organization ceremoniously broke ground on its 41st home on Medfield Drive in Lugoff, dedicating it to future resident Amanda Johnson and her three nieces, Valicia Wise, 13, Starnesha Adamson, 9, and Tielisha Johson, 6.