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Habitat bowls towards strong start

Door County Habitat for Humanity hopes to get its fundraising efforts off on the right foot as it gets ready to build its first home in northern Door County in several years. Local contractors have donated their services in recent years for some aspects of the home build, but there are other costs fundraisers like next Saturday's Bowl-a-thon help offset as well. Nobody understands that more than Door County Habitat for Humanity Board Secretary Kendra Bilodeau, who has worked for the organization as an advocate and a volunteer since she was selected as a partner family in 2017. She says a lot needs to be covered before walls even go up.


Door County Habitat for Humanity Executive Director Lori Allen says their ultimate goal is to raise enough money and recruit enough volunteers to do at least two home builds every year. You can learn more about next Saturday's Bowl-a-thon by clicking here

 

 

Photo courtesy of Door County Habitat for Humanity

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