A Sidney Habitat for Humanity home was dedicated Sunday afternoon.
Kelly Beemer and her three daughters were ready to move into their new four-bedroom home in the 500 block of Second Avenue.
“This is somewhere for my girls to come home and just be able to do whatever they want in their own room,” Beemer said on what the home means to her. “Thank you. It’s very appreciated.”
Two corporations in Sidney, Emerson and Cargill, and their employees, played a large part in the five-month project.
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