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Habitat for Humanity of Bucks breaks ground on three new homes


Editor's Note: This article has been updated to reflect that the groundbreaking photograph also includes state Rep. Joe Hogan, R-142.

Habitat for Humanity of Bucks County held a groundbreaking ceremony for three new Habitat homes in Croydon on Aug. 9.

The property, once the site of the former St. Thomas Aquinas School, is being transformed from a deteriorating vacant building into affordable homes that offer a path to a brighter future for deserving families.

The groundbreaking was a moment of celebration and gratitude as it marked the beginning of an inspiring journey to change lives through the power of home ownership.

“At Habitat Bucks, we build more than just high-quality, energy-efficient homes,” stated Florence Kawoczka, executive director of Habitat Bucks. “We are laying foundations that will stand the test of time, ensuring a legacy of secure and stable homes for generations to come. There is, without question, a positive ripple effect upon the entire community.”

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