Thelma Shelton remembers the day she moved from her home on the east side of Lynn Street in Seymour to her new Habitat for Humanity house a dozen years ago.
It was the day she quit making trips outside to gather firewood to keep her wood-burning stove stoked.
“And my roof doesn’t leak, thank the Lord,” Shelton said. “My (utility) bills are not as high.”
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