Breaking ground for new home


Jessica Rose, her son, Gavin Gorby, and daughter, Gabriella Moore, hold shovels, while posing with members from Habitat for Humanity, Powell United Methodist Church, Westerville Habitat Partnership and other supporters at a groundbreaking ceremony at the site of her new home on Woodrow Avenue in Delaware on Monday.


Brandon Klein | The Gazette

Jessica Rose, her son, Gavin Gorby, and daughter, Gabriella Moore, hold shovels, while posing with members from Habitat for Humanity, Powell United Methodist Church, Westerville Habitat Partnership and other supporters at a groundbreaking ceremony at the site of her new home on Woodrow Avenue in Delaware on Monday.

Jessica Rose, her son, Gavin Gorby, and daughter, Gabriella Moore, hold shovels, while posing with members from Habitat for Humanity, Powell United Methodist Church, Westerville Habitat Partnership and other supporters at a groundbreaking ceremony at the site of her new home on Woodrow Avenue in Delaware on Monday.
http://delgazette.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/07/web1_DSC_0033.jpgJessica Rose, her son, Gavin Gorby, and daughter, Gabriella Moore, hold shovels, while posing with members from Habitat for Humanity, Powell United Methodist Church, Westerville Habitat Partnership and other supporters at a groundbreaking ceremony at the site of her new home on Woodrow Avenue in Delaware on Monday. Brandon Klein | The Gazette
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