WARNER ROBINS, Ga. --- A Houston County family now has a new home thanks to volunteers with Habitat for Humanity.
The Moyes are just thankful for a place to finally call home.
"They've put in 500 hours of sweat equity into their own home," said Bill Goggin, Executive Director of Houston County Habitat for Humanity. "Kathleen is a para-pro at Warner Robins Middle School so those are hardworking people."
"Yep from the ground up we helped put it all together yeah and not a lot of people can say that they've actually helped build their own home," said Kathleen Moye. "It's taken a lot of courage a lot of disappointments to get to something positive finally. "It's a relief when I tell my family. My brother said 'Finally, it's about time something good happens in our life.'"
"You know there's been so much negative recently and this is a great positive vibe," Moye said.
"Now I know I have some place to call home and that we'll be here for many years," Moye said.