June 14, 2024

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Thanksgiving extra special for family set to move into Habitat house

PLEASANTVILLE — This is unquestionably a unique Thanksgiving for Ceaira and Brennen Patterson and their four young children.

That is since the family members expects to transfer into their new Habitat for Humanity property listed here in January. 

“It suggests a good deal to us,” Ceaira Patterson claimed. “It means a lot to me and my family. We are really thankful for the prospect to make a forever residence for our family and give our youngsters a little something that we’ve often wanted to give them. They’re enthusiastic as nicely.”

Brennen and Ceaira Patterson stand on the front porch of the home, which is currently under construction, being built for them through Habitat for Humanity in Pleasantville, Ohio on November 17, 2021.

The Patterson kids are daughters Celeste, 12 Brielle, 9 Arion, 8 and son Ashton, 5.

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The Pattersons had been living in Columbus when a relatives member went by the Habitat for Humanity procedure. That gave them the idea to search into it themselves.

“In our everyday living, like normal grown ups, we usually tried to maintain work opportunities and attempted to maintain a roof more than the children’s heads,” Brennen Patterson explained. “But there is certainly issues that come up and you never ever truly just get in advance. We just weren’t capable to get on the subject. We would get up there then existence happens and it sets you again.”

The relatives moved from Columbus to an spot condominium they are in now as they await the transfer into their new home.