The first Craftsman Challenge hit the nail on the head at the Winter Comedy Carnival. Habitat for Humanity Muskoka Executive Director Ellen Frood says five competitors took part in the two-day challenge over the weekend.
Lovegrove Construction was given the trophy for best shed. The sheds will be auctioned off at the Spring Cottage Show in Toronto. Meantime, the success of Habitat for Humanity Muskoka wouldn’t be possible without the trades community.
Habitat for Humanity Muskoka is planning their next build in Gravenhurst. No date has been set yet. They are also working on their second build in Seguin. For more information on upcoming projects and how you can help go to the Habitat for Humanity Muskoka website.
Lovegrove Construction wins Craftsman Challenge for building the best shed over the weekend. (Photo By: Melissa Candelaria)