Habitat for Humanity’s Dickson Division will dedicate its latest new home in a ceremony Saturday. The new five-bedroom, three-bath home at 204 Eno Road is the largest of the 25 homes to be built by Habitat in Dickson County since 1996. New homeowner Jessica Brazzell and her family will cut the ribbon in the ceremony at 2 pm. The White Bluff native is a single mother of six children who currently rents in the Kingston Springs area, who believes a Habitat home will help her provide the opportunity to educate her children and create a safer, more comfortable living environment. The new home was built by Habitat crews and volunteers over the past four weekends and is the third Habitat home built in Dickson County this year. The project is sponsored by the Federal Home Loan Bank of Cincinnati’s Affordable Housing Program, Publix Super Market Charities, CLP Resources Inc. and Crosspoint Church of Dickson. Through Habitat’s partnership program, the Brazzell family was selected to receive a zero-percent mortgage, participated in home ownership programs and put in “sweat equity” by working in this and other build projects. The Dickson Division plans to build two homes in the spring and is seeking partner families. For application information, call 441-9967 or visit habitatnashville.org.