By Max Drews 

Family moves into Channel Cove Habitat home


December 21, 2022

Sunday afternoon Skagit Habitat for Humanity’s 41st home was ready and dedicated for Katelyn and her two children. The Channel Cove duplex on Park Street was ready for move-in after three months of renovation by primarily volunteer workers, including Katelyn.

Skagit Habitat Executive Director Tina Tate, Board President Rob Ashby and Skagit County Commissioner Ron Wesen spoke at a 2 p.m. ceremony in the Channel Cove community center. They welcomed Katelyn into her new home and expressed appreciation for all who made the project possible. Jodi Dean, Home Trust of Skagit director, presented...

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