Habitat trip features soggy start, special shout-out

More than three dozen UW-Green Bay students are having a soggy but stupendous time in Slidell, La., part of the campus Habitat for Humanity chapter’s annual build. The group arrived Sunday (Jan. 13) after a 19-hour bus ride, and got to work Tuesday (Jan. 15) after a day of recreation. The crew’s Wednesday was cut short by a cold, soaking rain, but they were back at it yesterday, reports Dean of Enrollment Services and Habitat adviser Mike Stearney, via blog. Chancellor Tom Harden and his wife, Cathy, got a special shout-out from the group earlier this week, when Stearney posted a Facebook picture of a handmade build site thank-you sign. The pictured students, on behalf of the group, were thanking the Hardens for sponsoring a meal that helped them raise funds for the group’s trip. You can keep up with the group by following Stearney’s blog, and also check out the photo, by clicking the links below:

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