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Building homes for food

Door County Habitat for Humanity volunteers are still building for people, just on a smaller scale. The Sturgeon Bay-based non-profit has partnered with American Petroleum to construct and place three little food pantries for churches on the city’s west side. Volunteer Dan Hubing used donated cabinets from ReStore to build the pantries that are open 24/7 for people to donate and pick up from if needed. ReStore manager Megan Dietz says they are happy they were able to help.

Dietz says the project filled a void for its volunteers, which will likely not come together to work on the organization’s 43rd home build or a variety of other projects until Governor Tony Evers’ Safer at Home Order is lifted.

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