PLAINFIELD, NJ - The Greater Plainfield Habitat for Humanity will celebrate the completion of another home in a key-passing ceremony this Sunday, September 15, 2013. It is one of 35 homes built by the organization. The public is invited to attend the Open House at 3:00, and the Ceremony at 4:00 p.m. where a very fortunate family will be presented the key to the home. Because parking is limited, guests are encouraged to get there early. Please confirm your attendance at email@example.com. DIRECTIONS: 1205 West Fourth Street, Plainfield. You may also call, 908-769-5292.
Habitat for Humanity Plans Home Dedication on Sunday
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