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Two of the most inspiring expressions of the heart in Ennis are Give-A-Kid-A-Chance and the national project, Habitat for Humanity. The former was held on Saturday, the latter is ongoing. GAKAC is an annual community project that serves practical needs of local families who are preparing for the start of the new school year. Roughly 1,300 children, some young, some in their teens, all from situations no fault of their own. They could really use a boost of support for school supplies, clothes for the start of the new academic year, and items like shoes, a backpack, haircut, an appointment with a doctor, some books, a meal and a prayer. Only a few would allow pride to prevent them from accepting a morning of support. As for Habitat for Humanity, the internationally acclaimed organization that helps families in need by helping build an affordable home. Ennis has one such project going on now on Avenue E. It will be completed in a month or two before the keys are handed to a local family. Read stories like this and more in your latest edition of The Ennis News. Be informed, subscribe today!

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