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Habitat for Humanity of the Upper Keys held a home dedication last month with the construction and completion of a second home at the Mandalay site at mile marker 97, oceanside. Mayke Hernandez and Yesenia Mora are the recipients of the new two-bedroom all-concrete home on a parcel of land donated to the Habitat chapter by Monroe County. When all is finished, the parcel will include seven Habitat homes. Pictured below, the Hernandezes and Habitat for Humanity Construction Manager Dan McAfee cut the ribbon on the new home.