Maki family donates property



Christopher and Kristine Maki, the parents of three children who died in a house fire on Western Avenue in Sheboygan Falls on Jan. 24, have donated the property to Habitat for Humanity Lakeside with hopes that a new family can bring the land to life once again. The house on the property has been razed and the Makis have since moved to a different home in the neighborhood. Habitat for Humanity last built a home in Sheboygan Falls in 1993. The organization currently is looking for a family in need of housing and willing to partner with the group. Families selected are asked to work 250 sweat equity hours per adult. Families seeking to apply for the project must fall within eligible income guidelines. For more information about how to apply, visit www.habitatlakeside.com. Habitat for Humanity is also looking to form a volunteer coalition around the family consisting of businesses, churches and others in the community interested in helping with the build. Falls News file photo by Jeff Pederson Christopher and Kristine Maki, the parents of three children who died in a house fire on Western Avenue in Sheboygan Falls on Jan. 24, have donated the property to Habitat for Humanity Lakeside with hopes that a new family can bring the land to life once again. The house on the property has been razed and the Makis have since moved to a different home in the neighborhood. Habitat for Humanity last built a home in Sheboygan Falls in 1993. The organization currently is looking for a family in need of housing and willing to partner with the group. Families selected are asked to work 250 sweat equity hours per adult. Families seeking to apply for the project must fall within eligible income guidelines. For more information about how to apply, visit www.habitatlakeside.com. Habitat for Humanity is also looking to form a volunteer coalition around the family consisting of businesses, churches and others in the community interested in helping with the build. Falls News file photo by Jeff Pederson

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