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Moorhead family moves into dream home thanks to hundreds of volunteers

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MOORHEAD—A Moorhead family has home to call their own after months of hard work and kindness from the community.

The Hagens and Lake Aggasiz Habitat for Humanity held a dedication for the family's new home.

Volunteers gave hundreds of hours of time to help make the home a reality and the Hagens will give at least 500 hours to Habitat. after many nights spend in a mobile home that was falling down around them.

and the Hagens will give at least 500 hours to Habitat.

It will be paid for by zero interest mortgages, and the Hagens couldn't be happier, especially after previously living in a mobile home that was falling down around them.

"Fulfill the dream, the American dream. A little plot of land to call our own. We can grow a little vegetable garden in the backyard, a little niche of our own. I can't even put it into words," said Tony Hagen, New Homeowner.

The new home was sponsored by Thrivent Financial, this is the 18th such in Cass and Clay Counties.

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