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Habitat for Humanity of Nodaway County announces partnership with 13th family, 11th home construction

Lisa and Waylon Sanders thought they were meeting Thursday night with Habitat for Humanity of Nodaway County executive board members to discuss their application to become the next owners of a Habitat home. Instead, surrounded by friends of the Sanders family and Habitat board members, Linda Smith, the president of Habitat for Humanity of Nodaway County, informed the Maryville couple that no more discussion was needed and they had been selected as Habitat’s partner family for 2022-23. Lisa was overcome with emotion as Waylon embraced her and the crowd surrounding them at First United Methodist Church in Maryville applauded the announcement. Lisa and Waylon are married with nine children – eight boys and one daughter – between the ages of 25 and 6. Five of the children live with Lisa and Waylon in the four-bedroom home they currently rent in Maryville. Lisa, who works at Kawasaki Motors Manufacturing Corp., and Waylon, who is employed with Laclede Chain, have wanted a home of their