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Updated: 07/16/2017 08:30:02AM

New Testament Church and Mission director to speak

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From the left, Alan Jay Wildstein, owner of Alan Jay Automotive Network, smiles at new homeowner Patricia Walker as she prepares to shake her house keys in a video being filmed by friends. Wildstein and Michael Alan Witham, his chief operating officer, helped Walker celebrate her new mortgage on a Habitat for Humanity home, since Wildstein's company sponsored the home in partnership with Habitat for Humanity of Highlands County and other grants and donors.

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Patricia Walker of Lake Placid, on left, greets and talks with Donna Appel, a recent transplant to Lake Placid who had a Habitat for Humanity home 15 years ago in Riverton, Wyoming. Walker just took possession of her Habitat home at a dedication on Wednesday. Appel said she learned of Walker's housewarming party from a feature in the Highlands News-Sun.

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SEBRING — Katie Wack Beatty, executive director of the New Testament Church and Mission, will address the Sebring Historical Society at its luncheon meeting on Saturday.

Beatty is the granddaughter of the Rev. Mike Karl, founder and former director of the emergency shelter, which celebrated its 40th anniversary in Sebring in April 2016.

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