Rick Nelson, who worked for nine years as the executive director of Door County Habitat for Humanity, has recently returned to Sturgeon Bay after completing the first fourteen months of a two-year commitment in Ahuas, Honduras. On Dec. 22, beginning at 7 pm at the Sturgeon Bay Moravian Church (corner of Fifth Avenue and Quincy Street), Nelson will describe the 70-year-old medical facility that serves as the major health care provider to the primarily indigenous population of Eastern Honduras. In addition to a description of what has happened in Ahuas during the last year, Nelson will also explain volunteer opportunities for construction and medical personnel interested in visiting the Clínica Evangélica Morava in 2016. Eight teams have already been scheduled, but there are still many opportunities for interested people. Additional Moravian and Rotary work teams will be recruited for travel in 2016.
Snacks and beverages will be served. Questions will be encouraged throughout the evening with time set aside at the end of the presentation. Those unable to attend the event can learn more by contacting Nelson at 920.256.1017 or [email protected].