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Topeka Habitat celebrated its 74th home owner with a house dedication.
Tuesday morning. Tomlin Robinson and her three sons got the keys to their new home at 645 SW Grand Court.
Robinson is a single mother who works full time at the Shawnee County Sheriff’s Office.
She was approved in December of last year and has since completed 200 hours of the volunteer service required and made her down payment.
The home, built by students at Seaman High School has three bedrooms, a full basement and large back yard for the kids to play in.