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Habitat For Humanity House Dedication

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Mid-Yellowstone Valley Habitat for Humanity dedicates its 65th home.

After putting in more than 350 volunteer hours with Habitat For Humanity, the Boyer family received the keys to their new home on Rebecca Place in Billings, a home sponsored by US Bank.

The Boyer family will buy the home using a zero-percent interest rate loan.

Delena Boyer says it's a great way for her and her three children to begin the new year.

"It just melts my heart. All the people, the people I haven't seen in a while, that volunteered maybe a couple months ago. Volunteers that were there every time I came. They're just really, really good people, and I thank God for them," said Boyer.

Organizers say Habitat For Humanity plans to build additional homes in the same neighborhood.

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