A Sturgeon Bay family is just a couple of weeks away from being able to move into its new home. Door County Habitat for Humanity will dedicate its 42nd home on October 16th, over a month ahead of last year. The team of volunteers has been hard at work drywalling, insulating, plastering, and painting the home to get it ready for the Bright family. It will once again be one of the biggest homes Door County Habitat for Humanity has built in its history due to the size and physical limitations of the family. Construction supervisor Chuck Stone says the last two years will benefit the organization and partner families for years to come.
Ahead of the 4 p.m. dedication on October 16th, volunteers can help with the home build on Tuesdays and Thursdays while also bringing non-perishable food items to help pack the Bright family pantry.
Picture courtesy of Door County Habitat for Humanity