Virus can’t stop school’s giving

Great Cause, Great Day takes on a new format
Ozaukee Press Staff

The Cedar Grove-Belgium Elementary School’s annual Great Day, Great Cause event held at the end of each school year will be held in a different format this year.

The school district is partnering with Kapco Metal Stamping in Grafton to support essential workers, health care workers and seniors who may be facing loneliness and isolation. Kapco is collecting letters and photos to send.

Sheets for children to color are available on the district’s website at or students may draw a photo on their own.

Completed artwork may be put in a plastic bin on the front porch of third-grade teacher Tammi Augustiniak’s house, 435 Aspen St., Belgium, or in a blue box on the front porch of speech/language teacher Natalie Brochtrup’s house, 330 Birch Tree Ave., Cedar Grove.

In addition, pieces may be dropped off near the elementary school’s main doors on Mondays, May 4, 11 and 18 between 11 a.m. and 1 p.m.

Pieces must be received by Tuesday, May 26.

In the past, Great Cause, Great Day has donated to charities such as Children’s Hospital in Wauwatosa, the Salvation Army and Sheboygan County Foster Care program.



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