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Bless this house

Cathie Rowand | The Journal Gazette
Abraham Thang, right, blesses the new Greenlawn Avenue home of Naw Aye, left, and Soe Maung, left center, as their children Say Maung, 2, far left, and Htoo Aye, 5, far right, play. Justin Berger, executive director of Fort Wayne Habitat for Humanity, right center, also attended the blessing of Habitat’s seventh home built through its Thrivent partnership.