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P 6 b habitat pic 1Habitat for Humanity officially turned over two new homes at its Wilson Creek village on July 9. There are now eight families living in the village, with two more homes under construction. From the left, shíshálh drummer Andrew Johnson, Sechelt band councillor Keith Julius, MP Pam Goldsmith-Jones, SCRD director Frank Mauro, new home owner Danielle, daughter Amelia and partner Devin, Habitat chair Laurie Vance, school trustee Lori Pratt, Sechelt Mayor Bruce Milne and Michelle Morton, representing MLA Nicholas Simons.  Photo submitted

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