Honored

I'm literally beaming with pride as I write this ...

Cream City Casseroles recently was named one of Easter Seals Southeast Wisconsin's 2015 Business Partners of the Year.



The award was given in celebration of National Disability Employment Awareness Month to area businesses who help support Easter Seals' mission to ensure that all people with disabilities/special needs have equal opportunities to live, learn, work and play in their communities.

Cream City Casseroles received the award because we rent space in Easter Seals' LilyWorks Kitchen, a fully licensed and certified commercial kitchen, and also for helping promote the organization and its services.

People often ask where Cream City Casseroles is located and I'm so very proud to say we rent Easter Seals' amazing LilyWorks kitchen -- and that our rent helps fund the organization's many valuable programs and services. 

From left: Georgia Maxwell - Wisconsin Dept. of Workforce Development, Paul Farrow - Waukesha County Executive, Jess Williamson - Cream City Casseroles, Bob Glowacki - President and CEO Easter Seals

Easter Seals is an important part of our story.

Other award winners included Citizens Bank - WI, Elmbrook Schools, Lakeland Supply, Inc. and Roundy's Supermarkets.

You can learn more about Easter Seals Southeast Wisconsin at easterseals.com/wi-se.

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