Local organization plans to open up old Jaycees building to other non-profits

Promoting Access to Help (PATH), a Door County organization looking to increase the number of resources available to parents with special needs kids, has announced plans to share the Jaycees building with other non-profits that need the space. PATH purchased the building back in October and plans to use the building as a center that non-profits can rent out and use as an occasional meeting space. The organization also plans to hold its own programs within the building as well. Deb Doyle, the co-director of PATH and one of its founding members, said the community and area businesses have made a tremendous effort in allowing the organization to achieve its plans and also said it wouldn’t be long before business can begin.



PATH also plans to install a fully accessible outdoor playground at the building which would be open to the entire community. Such a facility does not currently exist in the city of Sturgeon Bay.

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