Holmen High School students opened a model store whose proceeds will benefit a local family, WXOW reports.
The Christmas novelty store, “Bundled Up,” sells food, Christmas decorations and clothing. It’s part of a long history of entrepreneurship students opening model stores.
The store raises money to help the a family whose father died unexpectedly of a heart attack in August.
“I’m glad we’re opening up the Bundled Up store because it shows the Holmen community has their back to get through this hard time,” Store Co-Manager Chloe Lichucki said.
The store is open through December 16.
Read the full story and watch the video at WXOW’s website.