Blessing their new homes, and lives... That's what three habitat for humanity families were doing today in Amarillo.
The festivities took place on North Tyler Street, as the last homes on the block were completed and celebrated with a blessing.
Residents of the neighborhood say they're excited their street is growing.
Andrea Bonner a member of the neighborhood said, "I've just been seeing the houses coming up, coming up and it looks so cute, not like it's real. Houses come up everyday and it's just beautiful."
The blessing of the homes wasn't the only reason for celebration, organizers and participants were also celebrating the 25th anniversary of habitat for humanity.
Amarillo Mayor Debra Mccart was also on hand to take part in the party.
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