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Youth make Habitat house reality for family
Catholic groups are among those who have helped
By Jeff Kurowski
|CONSTRUCTION CREW: Kristyn Stoller, Natalie Canadeo and Alexandrea De Villers put siding on the Habitat for Humanity Youth Build house. Dedication will be this weekend. (Rick Evans photo)
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"They have showed up ready to work and understand that any job
is a good job. They have been great."
That's a sample of the praise steering committee chair Erin
VanCaster shares about the many volunteers, including a youth group
from Nativity of Our Lord Parish in Ashwaubenon and the dance team
from Notre Dame Academy in Green Bay, participating in the first
ever Greater Green Bay Habitat for Humanity Youth Build.
The house, located at 1409 Day Street in Green Bay, will be
dedicated on June 29. The Youth Build, led by the UW-Green Bay and
St. Norbert College Habitat for Humanity chapters, is designed for
ages 16 through 25. Greater Green Bay Habitat for Humanity plans to
offer a Youth Build every other year.
Sidebar: Dedication of Habitat for Humanity Youth Build home to be held June 29
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