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Lilly and Ava LeGraff, twin sisters, enjoyed some cupcakes recently at Cumberland Habitat for Humanity's Lunch on the Lawn. The annual event is an opportunity for local cooks to offer a sample dish to the public, and for the public to purchase a hand painted china bowl for $15 and sample as much food as they like. Proceeds from the event benefit Cumberland Habitat for Humanity�s building program. This is Cumberland Habitat�s 17th year as an affiliate. This year�s Lunch on the Lawn raised $4,000. If you would like more information about Cumberland County Habitat for Humanity, would like to volunteer, or apply for a home in the Habitat program, call the Habitat for Humanity office at 484-4565.

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