Some Tennessee Residents Getting New Homes

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(Dyersburg) Habitat for Humanity is getting ready to make the American dream come true for some families in Northwest Tennessee.

The non-profit agency is planning to build eleven homes in a subdivision in the heart of Dyersburg that will give multiple families the opportunity to own a home.

The homes will be built on a 2.5 acre lot near Dyersburg Intermediate School.

Construction is set to begin next month.

The homes are paid for via donations and built by volunteers along with the families who will actually live in them.

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