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Baker University and the Baldwin City community dedicated a construction site for a new Habitat for Humanity house on Sunday at 11th and Fremont streets. From left are Pat Long, Baker President; Ruth Sarna, director of student health services and coordinator of community involvement for the project; Bootsie Lauridsen, who donated funds for the lot; Jeff Dingman, city administrator; Jeremy Hahn, executive director of Lawrence Habitat for Humanity; and Chad O'Bryhim, Baker student body president.

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Habitat House takes another step closer

The kickoff for the Habitat for Humanity build in Baldwin City took place Sunday. The lot dedication took place on Sunday for the Habitat lot at the corner of 11th and Fremont streets.


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