LAUREL — To Habitat for Humanity of Kenosha for its continuing efforts to build homes for local families that would likely not otherwise be able to afford them. The group is now hard at work on its fifth project, a house at the corner of Pershing Boulevard and 53rd Street. Danica Steinseifer, the future owner of that home, was on the scene earlier this week, pounding nails into rafters. LakeView Technology Academy students were also there, applying some of the skills they’ve learned in classes “This is wonderful; I’m just beyond thankful,” said Steinseifer, a full-time child-care worker who is also taking online college courses.
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Summer is coming. And fast.