Mid-County Habitat for Humanity cordially invites the public to attend the dedication of its second home Sunday, Dec. 9, in Mayville.
The Rev. James Bailey of the Park United Methodist Church in Sinclairville will offer the blessing for the home and its first residents, Michael Webb, his sons, Nicolas, 7; and Haedyn, 5; and daughters, Taryn, 8; and Maddison, 13.
Scheduled to begin at 2 p.m., the home is located at 64 W. Chautauqua St., heading toward Sherman and on the left side of the road. Visitors should wear sturdy shoes because the entry path is steep.
"The dedication of a Habitat home marks the end of hours and hours of giving on the part of our volunteers to help a deserving family realize the dream of owning their own home," said Mike Ricketts of Mayville, project coordinator and emcee for the event. "It is a time to celebrate and a time to say thank you for all the love and the talents that have gone into this home. Please join us on this very special day."