Sprout City in Port Huron’s Armour Park will soon have two new structures thanks to an International Women Build project coordinated by Habitat for Humanity.
Ernest Werth-Toward, CEO of Blue Water Habitat for Humanity, revealed that many volunteers were on hand at the ReStore in Port Huron to help kickoff the project.
The project began more than two years ago with the building of Sprout Park. The International Women Build marks the beginning of this current phase of construction. During this national observance, projects are created across the country involving women.
While these buildings are newly underway, Ernest Werth-Toward expects to have both structures completed and placed in Sprout Park in time for spring and summer play.