As the demand for gifts from the local Toys for Tots increases, so does the generosity of Kewaunee County residents. Kewaunee County Toys for Tots organizer Matt Joski says the average year serves approximately 70 to 75 families. This year, he says they are well over 80 preregistered families that will converge on Kewaunee Grade School for the toy pickup event next Saturday. Joski says he has noticed an increase in the toys he is collecting at the over 30 sites across the county, including at Friday's live remote broadcast at Krohn Cheese Store.
Toys can still be dropped off at participating sites throughout Kewaunee County through next Friday.