Habitat volunteers add days to make deadline

Door County Habitat for Humanity volunteers are adding extra days to make sure the organization’s 41st home is ready for its dedication. The organization was a month behind before they ever broke ground due to a lack of partner family and contractors being tied up with other jobs. Construction supervisor Chuck Stone has been on site for more than the standard two build days a week just to beat the dedication deadline. He says installing the flooring this week will allow them to put on the final touches.



Stone pointed out several small groups like local Coast Guard members and students from UW-Milwaukee helped take the load off its core volunteer crew throughout the build. The Purdy family will see their new home built by Door County Habitat for Humanity dedicated next Thursday at 2:30 p.m. 

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