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Fort Hood Area Habitat for Humanity to Use $200K for Homeowner Repairs

KILLEEN, Texas , February 22 /Businesswire/ - Extraco Banks and FHLB Dallas have awarded a $200K Affordable Housing Program subsidy to Fort Hood Area Habitat for Humanity for critical home repairs and renovations.


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