TOPEKA, Kan. (WIBW) - A single mom is jumping for joy as a brand new homeowner.
Tomlin Robinson and her three boys received the keys to a brand new Topeka Habitat for Humanity house, it was dedicated today at 645 SW Grand Court.
Tomlin works for the Shawnee County Sheriff's Office.
Topeka Habitat for Humanity Executive Director -- and new city council member-- Michele De La Isla provided a blessing on the home.
The home was built by Seaman High School students.
It has three bedrooms, a full basement and a big backyard for the boys to play.
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