Together We Thrive Cashton t-shirt sale... Sale Extended!
April 20, 2022
Together We Thrive Cashton is holding a T-shirt sale to promote a message of kindness, raise awareness of our group and help raise funds for our upcoming projects. One project we are excited about is the creation of a mural displaying the diversity of our community on a prominent wall of the Maple Valley Cooperative in downtown Cashton. Our aim is to create something that genuinely represents our community as well as the individuality of its members. Another project is the Youth Mental Health First Aid course scheduled for June 21st and open to the public.
The T-shirts display "Kindness - it costs nothing" in both English and Spanish. The sale will run through the beginning of May. Orders will be taken online only. Shirts can be mailed directly to one's home or picked up at the Cashton Library, Trinity Lutheran Church, or Cashton High School (student orders only). T-shirts are orange with white text and cost $13 each. You can order the shirts by scanning the QR code with your phone or online at: https://pnpproducts.com/shop/ols/products/together-we-thrive-t-shirt.
We are extremely grateful for our sponsors: Cashton Community Club, Bank of Cashton, WCCU, Maple Valley Cooperative, Von Ruden Meat Processing, Trinity Lutheran Church, St. Mary's Ridge Sportsmen's Club and Brenda's Bar and Grill.
Together We Thrive Cashton - Honoring Diversity, Building Relationships and Learning Together - is a group aiming to recognize our diversity and celebrate the uniqueness that makes us the village of Cashton. It is crucial to the strength of our community for every member to feel that they belong. Purchase a T-shirt to wear and share a message of what we stand for in Cashton whilst we raise funds to spread the kindness further.
We are always looking to hear from YOU! If you would like to join in our efforts, you can connect with us through our Facebook group - Together We Thrive Cashton - or email us at: [email protected] You can also get involved by providing input at our monthly meeting.