It was an exciting day yesterday as Habitat for Humanity S/L had a groundbreaking ceremony in Kettle & Stony Point First Nations. As the shovels went into the ground, this marks the beginning of 4 Habitat homes on Eagle Drive that will start development next week, to be finished mid 2021.
David Waters, Habitat Sarnia CEO welcomed everyone in attendance and spoke of the importance of this forward thinking partnership that has started in Kettle & Stony Point. “When we work together towards a common goal of home ownership for those deserving a safe and affordable place to live, it is a winning partnership that can continue for years to come”.
Representatives from RBC, Enactus Lambton College and Rotary Club of Grand Bend were all in attendance to confirm their major sponsorship of this latest Habitat build. The family selection process has commenced and those selected will be putting in their volunteer hours on site throughout the build…exciting times ahead!
Pictured here (left to right) is CEO Of Habitat for Humanity Sarnia/Lambton – David Waters, Construction Manager for Habitat Sarnia/Lambton – Darryl Blum, Habitat Sarnia/Lambton Board President – Donald Haagsma, Housing Manager for Kettle & Stony Point First Nations- Alison Price, KSPFN Chief Henry, and KSPFN resident- Carole Pelletier.