Mercy helps with habitat home
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Mercy Health employees were “on the hammers for HFHCCO” on Saturday.
Habitat for Humanity of Champaign County (HFHCCO) has started construction on its 11th home, 142 S. Russell St. in Urbana, which will be occupied by Dwight Saylor and Chasity Pitts along with four of their children.
Dwight and Chasity will share the house with their children Logan Saylor, 15, Camden Lewis, 15, Lance Saylor, 10, and Issabella Meyers, 6.
Mercy Health sent a “dynamic build crew” to help on Saturday. The crew included Adam Groshans, Holly McGowen, Pastor Ray Branstiter, Rick Finkbine, Heather Cramblett, Jamie Houseman, Heather Rabley, Terry Ceyler, Mike Benna, Cathy Minton and several others.
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