Central Del. Habitat for Humanity 48th home dedication

Alicia Jarvis, center, and her daughter Sanai, 12, cut the ribbon to their new home on Kirkwood Street in Dover on Tuesday. Alicia's mother Doris, left, holds the ribbon as Central Delaware's Habitat for Humanity director Jonathan Gallo, right, looks on. The Jarvis home is the 48th home dedicated by the Central Delaware Habitat for Humanity. (Delaware State News/Marc Clery)

Alicia Jarvis, center, and her daughter Sanai, 12, cut the ribbon to their new home on Kirkwood Street in Dover on Tuesday. Alicia’s mother Doris, left, holds the ribbon as Central Delaware’s Habitat for Humanity director Jonathan Gallo, right, looks on. The Jarvis home is the 48th home dedicated by the Central Delaware Habitat for Humanity. (Delaware State News/Marc Clery)

Alicia Jarvis, shakes Dover Mayor Robin Christiansen's hand. Joining them are daughter Sanai, 12, left, and Central Delaware's Habitat For Humanity director Jonathan Gallo.

Alicia Jarvis, shakes Dover Mayor Robin Christiansen’s hand. Joining them are daughter Sanai, 12, left, and Central Delaware’s Habitat For Humanity director Jonathan Gallo.

Alicia Jarvis gets a hug from her brother Levi Silvils during Central Delaware Habitat for Humanity's dedication of her new home on Kirkwood Street in Dover on Tuesday.

Alicia Jarvis gets a hug from her brother Levi Silvils during Central Delaware Habitat for Humanity’s dedication of her new home on Kirkwood Street in Dover on Tuesday.

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