As you can see from the photo, the cookies were very popular. Many people stopped by the table, expressing their appreciation for the work CAPE is doing to advocate for public education and to express their support for our great public schools. Twenty-two people added their names to our e-mail list!
It’s sweet. It’s cool. And it’s a week before school. For the third year running, CAPE welcomes Lake Mills public school staff back to school with old-fashioned ice cream socials at each of the three schools. CAPE members will meet, greet and serve staff at on Tuesday Aug. 25 at 3:30 at the Lake Mills Elementary School, on Wednesday, Aug. 26 at 2:30 at the Lake Mills High School, and at 3:30 at the Lake Mills Middle School.
CAPE is a local non-profit group advocating for quality public education in Lake Mills, Wisconsin. Formed in 2013, CAPE has more than 100 members representing all facets of the community, including business leaders, current and retired educators, parents and grandparents.