Habitat breaks ground on 37th house

'Everyone deserves decent, affordable housing'


Gordon Weeks/SMCJ

Kendra Martinsen and her sons Ryan and Wyatt share a grateful moment at the July 19 groundbreaking for their new home. The house is being built on Park Street in Shelton by Habitat for Humanity of Mason County.

Habitat for Humanity of Mason County last week celebrated the groundbreaking for its 37th house, the second of three structures that will house families in need on Park Street in Shelton.

Kendra Martinsen and her two sons, 6-year-old Wyatt and 9-year-old Ryan, will live at 531 Park St., just down the road from the City of Shelton's Kneeland Park. The nonprofit organization hosted a ceremony for the family July 19.

Habitat for Humanity of Mason County is a faith-based housing ministry partnered with the community to improve, maintain and build affordable quality housing for those in need. Pr...

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