Neighbor to Neighbor project will focus on Fourth Ward.

May 9, 2017

habitat_neighbor_pennies_ludingtonNeighbor to Neighbor project will focus on Fourth Ward. 

LUDINGTON — The first Neighbor to Neighbor project of 2017 takes place Thursday, Friday and Saturday of this week in the Fourth Ward, the area of the city located south of the Washington Avenue bridge.

The program is a joint effort of Habitat for Humanity of Mason County and Pennies from Heaven Foundation. Projects will take places each day from 9 a.m. to noon and will concentrate on homes in the 100 block of Third Street.

Habitat for Humanity of Mason County began to revamp its efforts with neighborhood revitalization in 2015. Through the work of the Mason County Housing Task Force, a partnership was formed between Habitat and the Pennies From Heaven Foundation to repair neighborhoods in our community, and the Neighbor to Neighbor Volunteer Initiative was created.

Volunteers are still needed for the project to help with wedding and brush removal, trash removal, exterior painting, landscaping, and also with larger projects such as re-siding, roofing, door and window replacement.

For more information, contact Jamie Healy at Habitat, or 231-843-7888. Monica Schuyler at Pennies from Heaven at or 231-843-5603.

Website: or Facebook, “Neighbor to Neighbor”

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