Moseley, Megan
October 2012
Athens News;10/11/2012, p18
In this article, the author focuses on the celebration of building and owning a house by a resident of the Athens, Ohio Steven Maffin. Maffin is mentally and physically disabled and his grandparents who always had the dream of Muffin owning a house take care of him. Information on the support from the Rural Development Center of the Department of Agriculture of the U.S. to Maffin is also presented.


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