Window decorations offer appreciation to key workers who cheer during the local education pandemic

In Sun Prairie, Meghan Hasse, her husband and their 1 and 3 year old children “drive around town every day to get out of the house, with the windows down – fresh air blowing in – looking for those happy hearts on the windows and front doors Neighbors, ”she wrote in an email to the Cap Times. It helps them “create a routine for the children,” she said.

“It has become a routine to look forward to and the children’s reactions are exciting,” she wrote. “It’s great to know that the community came together even though they were alone during that time. We notice more and more hearts out there every day. “

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She also enjoys the “support from all key employees who work on the front lines every day,” including her husband, who has to work one day in the office every week.

Dane Arts Mural Arts muralist Amy Zaremba missed her work with this group – not just the art, but sharing it with members of the community. Her walks through the Elvehjem neighborhood felt “so bleak and calm” when people started to practice social distancing, she said, and decided to add some color.

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