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ASHEBORO — The 30th house completed by Habitat for Humanity of Randolph County volunteers was dedicated on Saturday, according to the Courier-Tribune.

The dedication and an open house event was held at 380 N. McCrary St. in Asheboro.

The home is being called the Jay Councilman/Soup’s On House, according to the paper.

The property was donated, while members of the Randolph County Extension and Community Association (ECA) sold enough soup over the years to help pay for the home.

Read more: Courier-Tribune.

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