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MTSU Volunteers Join Habitat for Humanity Dedication Ceremony

Middle Tennessee State University volunteers will be on hand for the formal dedication of a new family home on East Sevier Street constructed by Rutherford County Habitat for Humanity—the third such home built by the University and Habitat.

The event starts at 5:30 p.m.

In January 2006 MTSU students began fundraising efforts through various programs for the first MTSU Habitat Blitz Build. 2012 will mark the completion of the third home built for a Rutherford County resident by MTSU and Habitat.

MTSU's Centennial Habitat Build began Jan. 25. The house cost $60,000 to build with $20,000 being funded by members of the MTSU community. Other contributions came from supporters who wanted to help but were unable to physically participate in the build, organizers said.