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Sturgeon Bay: Cardboard camping for a cause

Project 180 teams up with Habitat for H.A.L.O.

6:49 AM, May 8, 2013
Sturgeon Bay area kids plan to camp out in cardboard boxes like this one during the H.A.L.O. (Homeless Awareness Lock Out) event Saturday at the high school.
Sturgeon Bay area kids plan to camp out in cardboard boxes like this one during the H.A.L.O. (Homeless Awareness Lock Out) event Saturday at the high school.
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Dozens of students and adults are preparing to spend the night in the elements with only a cardboard box to call home. Participants in H.A.L.O. - the Homeless Awareness Lock Out - are taking a stand on housing needs in Door County, collecting pledges to help make a difference, and inviting the community to come out for a fun event to support the cause as well.

The H.A.L.O. event takes place Saturday at Sturgeon Bay High School and is a collaborative effort between Door County Habitat for Humanity and SBHS's Project 180. This is a new activity for SBHS's Project 180, a countywide effort to develop ...

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