It took a village and then some to get Sharon Habitat house built

Celebrating the dedication of their new home on Low Road in Sharon were the Ciccotelli family seen here, left to right, Mia, parents Nate and Heather, Giulianna and Dominic in front, and Adrianna. At far right is Felicity Richardson, a neighbor and friend. Photo by Leila Hawken

SHARON — Abundant smiles and gratitude greeted all who attended the dedication of a new Habitat for Humanity home, as a new family was welcomed to the town of Sharon and to their new neighborhood on Low Road on Saturday, Aug. 17.

Heather Ciccotelli said that her family hopes to move in by Labor Day, now that construction is completed. 

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