By Tim Kowols
Mother Nature has been very understanding of the time constraints volunteers are under as work continues on Door County Habitat for Humanity’s 41st home build. Finding a family and having to pour walls for a basement has backed the completion date to near the end of November. It has not daunted Door County Habitat for Humanity’s volunteer corps, which has grown this year and even included days with groups from the United States Coast Guard and UW-Milwaukee. Supervisor Chuck Stone emphasizes that you do not need to have a construction background to make a difference.
The home being built for the Purdy family recently had the first floor installed and its exterior walls erected. Build days for the project are on Tuesdays and Thursdays at the home’s site in Sturgeon Bay.
Picture Courtesy of Door County Habitat for Humanity