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From left, Maria Martinez Lara holding granddaughter Lyndah, daughter Laura, and two sons Jesus and Abraham, pose for a photo Sunday during the dedication of their new home.  Grace Miller – Daily Press

From left, Maria Martinez Lara holding granddaughter Lyndah, daughter Laura, and two sons Jesus and Abraham, pose for a photo Sunday during the dedication of their new home. Grace Miller – Daily Press

By GRACE MILLER
Daily Press Staff Writer
Habitat for Humanity of Artesia celebrated the completion of its 10th home Sunday, a milestone made even more special by the help of the organization’s volunteers.
Maria Martinez Lara and her family were the recipients of the new Habitat home that was built from the ground up by volunteers and supporters. The completion of the 10th home brought the Martinez Lara family, Habitat for Humanity, and well-wishers from the community together for a house dedication. … For the rest of the story, subscribe in print and on the web.