Home sweet home


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A red ribbon was cut Aug. 25 at 138 Lincoln St. to celebrate the completion of another rehabilitated home through the Zion Community Development Corporation. Through its affordable green house initiative program, Zion CDC is building and restoring homes in Oberlin to fill vacant lots in neighborhoods. The nonprofit is also helping homeowners and renters to weatherize their homes and cut utility bills by saving energy.

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Virginia Gunn, the new owner of 138 Lincoln St., along with one of her daughters, cuts the ribbon to their new home. David Sonner, interim executive director of Zion CDC, looks on.
http://www.theoberlinnewstribune.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/44/2017/08/web1_138Lincoln_RibbonCutting_vs170830-001.jpgVirginia Gunn, the new owner of 138 Lincoln St., along with one of her daughters, cuts the ribbon to their new home. David Sonner, interim executive director of Zion CDC, looks on.

Another home has been renovated and refurbished through Zion CDC’s Affordable Green Housing Initiative.
http://www.theoberlinnewstribune.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/44/2017/08/web1_138Lincoln_dp028.jpgAnother home has been renovated and refurbished through Zion CDC’s Affordable Green Housing Initiative.

Nothing says “home” like a multi-generational family gathering in the kitchen.
http://www.theoberlinnewstribune.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/44/2017/08/web1_138Lincoln_dp067.jpgNothing says “home” like a multi-generational family gathering in the kitchen.