It is a different Cullen running the drive, but you can still donate to the less fortunate in Kewaunee County to ensure they stay warm this winter. It is Christopher Cullen’s turn to run the Weather Warm-Ups Drive, seven years after his brother James kicked off the tradition. The items collected will be distributed during the Kewaunee County Back to School Program, which is held in August and the Lakeshore Community Thrift Shop. This is Cullen’s second item collection drive this year after having tremendous success with his pet supply drive to support area animal shelters. Cullen says he is proud that his family tradition has become a community too.
You can drop off new or gently used sweaters, sweatshirts, and hoodies at locations throughout Kewaunee County, including the high school offices at Kewaunee, Algoma, and Luxemburg-Casco, until December 2nd.