Wednesday evening Habitat for Humanity handed the keys to a new home over to the Sparza family in North Rapid City.
This project marks the first home of the contribution from Superior Homes -- an organization out of Watertown.
The new home not only gives the families a sense of security and not worrying about where they be living . But the feeling of stability has a much deeper impact.
Scott Egmann says, "When families physiologically come to that place where they are not worrying about where they will be tomorrow, or the next week, or the next month all kinds of great things start to happen. Kids do better in school, families get more involved in society and civic engagement, graduation rates go up. "
Jordan Condon one of the son's of the new homeowner also added that he has nothing but love and respect for everyone who helped make his family's new home possible.