By Eric Fischer
Around 25 people gathered on Sunday afternoon at the Teweles and Brandeis Granary to sort wood for the preservation effort. Volunteers started at 9:30 Sunday morning and worked throughout the morning and early afternoon separating the wood into different piles based on its intended use. The effort to keep the local history intact led to a couple small discoveries on Sunday as volunteers said most of the wood came from Marinette, Wisconsin and that one of the grain cleaning bins was called the Clipper. Sturgeon Bay City Councilperson Laurel Hauser explains what was accomplished today.
With nearly two full weeks until the move, more work is still to be done on site. Stay up to date with DoorCountyDailyNews.com for Granary updates.
View the Facebook Live video of Sunday’s coverage of the volunteer sorting effort.