By Tim Kowols
With every glass of lemonade and bag of popcorn on Thursday, members of the Northern Door Children’s Center’s Camp Cool hoped to make their mark. It was the first time the educational summer program at the Sister Bay-based learning center held a lemonade stand to cap off the end of the season before school starts. Some of the funds raised went towards a brick in the center’s Walk of Fame to commemorate their 2018 class. Another portion went towards a scholarship fund in honor of some of the students’ father who had died recently. The money will help people who are unable to afford different things according to camper Aaron Brey.
In six hours, the students raised $650 for their causes. Northern Door Children’s Center’s Camp Cool serves kids ages 5-11 all summer long with themed activities and trips.