The students at Greenland Elementary in Oconomowoc play an active role in TODAY'S TMJ4's Community Baby Shower, which takes place this Friday.For 15 of the shower's 16 years of events, the second-grade teachers at Greenland have tied a class project in with the Baby Shower. The students and their families donate diapers, formula and other supplies to the Community Baby Shower, along with their precious cards. Sara Martin is one of three second grade teachers at Greenland Elementary.
Items donated to the TODAY'S TMJ4 Community Baby Shower go to 11 local organizations in need.One of those is Safe Babies Healthy Families of Easter Seals in Waukesha.Keara Flaherty is a graduate of the Safe Babies program and remembers when she first found out she was pregnant. "I found out a week before my senior year so I was just trying to graduate," Flaherty said.Through her high school, she was connected to Safe Babies Healthy Families and her caseworker, Lindsey.
WAUKESHA - The 16th annual TODAY'S TMJ4 "Community Baby Shower" is coming up Friday. Your donations help eight local agencies, help families. Susan Kim discussed one of the agencies that benefit, The Women's Center' in Waukesha. The Women's Center in Waukesha helps woman and children who are victims of domestic violence and sexual assault. The agency provides counseling and shelter to help families get back on their feet. When families arrive at the shelter, they are often in crisis situations.
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