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    Rebecca Cornell du Houx , left, and Maeghan Maloney look at a cupboard in a third-floor bedroom Wednesday inside the Betsy Ann Ross House of Hope in Augusta. Maloney is the local district attorney and a new board member, while Cornell du Houx is director of the program, which is expanding its mission to serve all female veterans and not just those who are homeless or in need.

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    Maeghan Maloney, left, and Rebecca Cornell du Houx chat in the living room after a tour Wednesday of the Betsy Ann Ross House of Hope in Augusta. Maloney is the local district attorney and a new board member, while Cornell du Houx is director of the program, which is expanding its mission to serve all female veterans and not just those who are homeless or in need.

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    The remodeled kitchen is seen during a tour Wednesday inside the Betsy Ann Ross House of Hope in Augusta.

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    A donated quilt is seen on a bed during a tour Wednesday inside the Betsy Ann Ross House of Hope in Augusta. Director Rebecca Cornell du Houx said that residents will be able to take the quilt with them with they move out of shelter into an apartment.

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    Rebecca Cornell du Houx , left, and Maeghan Maloney stand inside the Betsy Ann Ross House of Hope in Augusta on Wednesday. Maloney is the local district attorney and a new board member, while Cornell du Houx is director of the program, which is expanding its mission to serve all female veterans and not just those who are homeless or in need.

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    The exterior view of the Betsy Ann Ross House of Hope in Augusta is seen on Thursday.

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    The exterior view of the Betsy Ann Ross House of Hope in Augusta is seen on Thursday.

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