When the lunch whistle blew on Tuesday, the dedicated volunteers at Habitat for Humanity got a brief respite from the cool October breeze, as they were treated to a hot meal, supplied by PortSide Builders.
Tracy Wautlet and Kim Schartner served the Habitat crew hot “crack chicken” sandwiches, cheesy potatoes, veggies and dip, several deserts and drinks. The food and drinks were prepared and donated by the employees at PortSide Builders. All the non-perishable leftovers remained with Habitat for future volunteer use.
PortSide salutes the work that Habitat for Humanity performs throughout Door County, and is proud to participate in the “Feed the Volunteers” program. For those wishing to participate and help keep the Habitat crew fed, check their website at www.doorhabitat.org for their construction schedule and what they’re in need of.
The home, currently under construction, is located at 827 N. 6th Place, in Sturgeon Bay. According to Habitat Volunteer Coordinator, Megan Dietz, the home is expected to be completed around Christmas.