Habitat for Humanity Dedicates Bangor Home 

Habitat for Humanity of Greater Bangor dedicated house number 13 this weekend.More than 170 volunteers helped build the home in Bangor.The last Habitat home in Bangor was built in 2007 and organizers say they will be building 2 houses a year from now on.Saturday, after a lot of hard work and dedication the newest house was presented to the Brangwynne family.” They are a family that had been in transitional housing for the last two years. They have a child that has cerebral palsy and is unable to move around in the apartment that they’re in. They applied for the home, they’ve done the work, they’ve helped build the home and today we’re handing it over to them,” said Amanda Charette, operations manager for Habitat for Humanity of Greater Bangor.Tom Brangwynne, the newest homeowner says this is a miracle,”It’s amazing , this is more than a house, this has been about the people, people helping us out, people I didn’t even know.”Hannaford, Webber and All Souls Church made donations to help the family with fuel, food and other costs.Bank of America donated $15,000 to Habitat for their next home.If you’d like more information on Habitat for Humanity visit