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  • Aflac volunteers begin construction of new Habitat house in Phenix City

    Habitat for Humanity of Phenix City is partnering with Aflac to build a new home for Army veteran Albert Davis Jr. in Phenix City. Connie Ramsay Austin, executive director of Habitat for Humanity of Phenix City, said this is the first time Aflac has partnered with Habitat for build a house in Phenix City. Aflac has donated funds for the construction materials and about 275 Aflac volunteers will help build the home over a five week period. The homeowner should be able to move in by Thanksgiving.

Aflac volunteers begin construction of new Habitat house in Phenix City

Habitat for Humanity of Phenix City is partnering with Aflac to build a new home for Army veteran Albert Davis Jr. in Phenix City. Connie Ramsay Austin, executive director of Habitat for Humanity of Phenix City, said this is the first time Aflac has partnered with Habitat for build a house in Phenix City. Aflac has donated funds for the construction materials and about 275 Aflac volunteers will help build the home over a five week period. The homeowner should be able to move in by Thanksgiving.
Mike Haskey The Ledger-Enquirer