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Sunrise Elementary Summer School fundraises using sweet treats

Lemonade stands have been common for years, but a summer school class at Sturgeon Bay's Sunrise Elementary has found itself with a successful one this week. 

 

The stand did not only feature lemonade, as puppy chow, tattoos, water balloons and much more was available while fundraising for a new playground, which will replace the current playground which is over 25 years old. The kids working at the stand also made fun memories during their summer school days. Sunrise Elementary School’s Administrative Assistant Brenda Hartl and Sunrise Elementary Summer School Principal Amanda Wilke talk about the lemonade sale and how it all came to happen. 

 

 

The line for the stand reached the road of 15th Avenue at times during the sale, which came to a close on Tuesday at 11:00 am. If you missed the opportunity to purchase lemonade or anything else the students were selling, there will be another sale from 9-11 am on July 18th and 19th. There is also a link on the Sturgeon Bay School District website to donate to the playground fund as well. 

 

Picture Courtesy of Sturgeon Bay School District's Facebook 

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