Brown County 4-H was selected as one of 40 organizations announced as a participant in Give BIG Green Bay 2020. Give BIG Green Bay is an online giving event beginning at noon on Tuesday, February 18 and ending at noon on Wednesday, February 19. Learn more about Give Big Green Bay by checking out their website at www.givebiggreenbay.org.
You can help all of the participating organizations by sharing this event on Facebook by clicking here with all of your friends and family! Stay tuned over the course of the next month for more information on how you can make a difference.
Thanks to the Green Bay Packers and the Greater Green Bay Community Foundation for recognizing us and having us be a part of this fun day!
Brown County Taste of Wisconsin tickets are on sale now! Join some of the finest area chefs for a taste of Wisconsin commodities. Dine around the sampling stations of chefs who have created dishes featuring products and dairy items made in our state. Bring your family and friends for this exciting night of Wisconsin culture and delicious foods at the new STEM Innovation Center on the UWGB campus. Click here for tickets!
Brown County 4-H clubs and groups together raised nearly 600 pounds of aluminum tabs by collecting at various events and locations throughout Brown County. Through additional partner-ships and charitable contributions from local organizations, Hap-py Valley 4-H club will present a donation of more than 700,000 aluminum tabs as well as additional cash donations to the Ronald McDonald House of Eastern Wisconsin. They’re not stop-ping there.
“Our vision is to be able to continue the program each year and hopefully grow and expand to include everyone, whether you collect handful of pop tabs or hundreds of pounds,” said club leader Nicki Van Deurzen.
Anyone interested in helping Brown County 4-H to collect pop tabs can contact email@example.com.
“This day represents the realization of my long-term vision to secure our region’s manufacturing future,” says Streckenbach. “The Brown County STEM Innovation Center will help create long-term, family-supporting jobs in order to achieve improved economic development for years to come, while ensuring all our students have opportunities to become tomorrow’s innovators.”
The Brown County STEM Innovation Center will serve as the home of the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay’s Richard J. Resch School of Engineering, which will address Northeast Wisconsin’s educational training and skills gap of qualified employees to support manufacturing growth and entrepreneurship. Additionally, the space will enable the co-location of The Einstein Project, Extension Brown County and Brown County’s Land and Water Conservation departments.