The Christianson's of Superior have faced a number of challenges this year and are ready to build a new life by helping build a Habitat home! They will begin logging their sweat equity hours at the remodeling site in Superior week, check out the story from Fox21.
UMD Market Place is teaming up with Western Lake Superior Habitat for Humanity by hosting the launch of the Habitat 500. Once again, our dedicated cyclists are gearing up to ride 500 miles in support of Habitat for Humanity.
Click here for a guide to cleanup and repair published by the University of Wisconsin on the proper method for pumping and sanitizing basements that have experienced flooding. We will continue to post new information as it becomes available and pray for a safe and mold-free recovery for our neighbors across the northland who have been impacted by this event.
It's been a wild week here in the Twin Ports. Our roads and bridges have been severely impacted but on the bright side, of 32 Habitat homes only one homeowner reported some flooding of a crawlspace. They are dry now and working to repair some yard damage. The excavation work we began last week is another story. The hole that was scheduled to become footings and a foundation for a remodeled home is now looking like a better site for a community swimming pool.