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LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (KTHV) -Habitat for Humanity has built another home for another deserving Arkansas family.

On Friday, a ribbon cutting ceremony for the Zarate family took place in Little Rock.

Juan, who works on Camp Robinson, in the Concord Café, has already begun plans to upgrade his modest new home with skills he learned as a youngster. He is going to put in tile and custom paint and carpet to make his family's home truly their castle.

Habitat for Humanity of Pulaski County is proud to have two outlet centers called "The ReStore" which work in conjunction with their affiliate and fund all our overhead expenses.

The ReStore staff gladly accepts specified donations, sells them to the public and proceeds provide financial support to Habitat for Humanity of Pulaski County. Therefore, all monetary donations made by sponsors and donors go directly to building simple, decent and affordable homes to qualified low-income families in need.

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