‘It will always be ours’: Habitat for Humanity dedicates 4 new homes in East Helena

Nolan Lister

Helena native Samantha Laible grew up in the north valley, and the Capital High School graduate said rising housing costs have forced her and her 16-year-old daughter to move around four times recently.

Two of the four Helena Area Habitat for Humanity homes dedicated during a ceremony Thursday


“We’ve lived a little bit of everywhere, mostly apartments. But for my daughter, I’ve wanted her to have an actual home,” said Laible, a state of Montana employee.

Laible and her daughter are moving into a brand-new home with the help of their family and Helena Area Habitat for Humanity.

The Laibles, including their hedgehog named Cotton, were one of four families to receive the keys to their newly built homes in East Helena’s Red Fox Meadows subdivision during Thursday’s home dedication ceremony.

“It will always be ours,” a beaming Liable said during an interview after cutting the ribbon across her new front porch.

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