By Tim Kowols
It was an emotional day for Kendra Bilodeau as Door County Habitat for Humanity broke ground on her new home Tuesday afternoon. Members of the Door County Habitat for Humanity Board and construction crew stood alongside Bilodeau’s family members as she and her two kids filled up a bucket where her house will be standing sometime this fall. Bilodeau said seeing the outline of her future home’s foundation makes the experience feel real.
Executive Director David Van Dyke said because of the extended application process, the home could be move-in ready as late as the first week of November.