Habitat, Bright family breaks ground on new home

A dream took its first step towards reality Tuesday afternoon when Door County Habitat for Humanity and the family of Kari and Paul Bright broke ground on a new home. For the Bright family, it’s the beginning of having a place big enough and ADA-accessible for them to call home. Paul says Tuesday's groundbreaking could not come soon enough.



Door County Habitat for Humanity Executive Director David Van Dyke says he is looking forward to working with the Bright family all summer long as they work to contribute hundreds of volunteer hours towards the project.



Tuesdays and Thursday will once again be the build days for Habitat for Humanity volunteers, which will begin work on the organization's 42nd home at 819 North 6th Place in Sturgeon Bay. 




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