KINGSPORT, Tenn. - Another new house for another great family.
The local Habitat for Humanity completed their second home this month and turned over the keys to Louise and James Coleman.
Holston Habitat for Humanity works closely with limited-income families who are unable to purchase a home themselves.
The Coleman family put in their 500 hours of sweat equity to earn this house in Kingsport.
Their home on G Street took about ten weeks to finish and the Colemans' say they want to thank the volunteers for making this happen.
"I tell everybody the Lord has gave us this house and the Lord gave them Peter and J.J. and the whole other volunteers. It gave them the strength to build this house," says Louise Coleman.
Habitat for Humanity will hand the keys over for another house next Saturday in Johnson City.
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