Habitat dedicates 45th home
Door County Daily News by Tim Kowols
The smiles shown by the Krueger family and other community members shined through cloudy skies and wet, windy weather on Wednesday as Door County Habitat for Humanity dedicated its 45th home. Volunteers built two homes simultaneously this summer, but construction supervisor Chuck Stone noted it was supply chain woes that pushed the completion date back approximately a month. That did not matter much to Melissa Krueger, who was appreciative to have a home for herself and her four children.
Door County Habitat for Humanity Executive Director Lori Allen said dedication day is her favorite day of the year when it comes to her job.
While it was the 45th home build for Door County Habitat for Humanity, it marked the first time the organization had joined forces with the newly formed Door County Housing Partnership. The experience left DCHP President Jim Honig excited for the future.
Door County Habitat for Humanity is already looking forward to building two more homes in 2022.