A groundbreaking ceremony for a Baytown Habitat for Humanity home was held on East Homan Street Wednesday afternoon. The home is for the Unisa Frazier family, who will live in a three-bedroom home once it is built. Pictured are, from left, John Belk, Baytown Habitat board member; Lara Tucci, Baytown Habitat board vice president and ExxonMobil reliability head; Baytown Mayor Brandon Capetillo;  Unisa Frazier; Denise Burcham, Baytown Chemical Expansion Project executive; and Cliff Clements, the Baytown Habitat’s president.

Unisa Frazier is overjoyed about the home she will have thanks to the efforts of Baytown Habitat for Humanity. 

“It is awesome,” Frazier said. “They told me right after the New Year. This is a good way to start 2020.”

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