Door County Habitat for Humanity volunteers are anxiously waiting to meet their partner families.
The organization has the foundation poured for a three-bedroom home and a four-bedroom home in Sturgeon Bay with hopes of putting up walls in the coming weeks. Volunteers are about a month ahead of schedule compared to last year when the pandemic delayed the groundbreaking until July.
Construction Supervisor Chuck Stone is thankful for having a great mix of new and experienced volunteers this year, but admits it is different not having a partner family around.
The organization will announce the partner families in the near future. Stone encourages people who cannot volunteer at the job site to shop at the ReStore, where funds can be used to offset the higher prices of materials.