A Fairy Tale Ending

“Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committed people can change the world. Indeed it is the only thing that ever has.”
—- Anthropologist Margaret Mead (1901-1978)

When sweet baby Gavin was born we asked God to change the medical facts of his body. But we learned, at least for the moment, that that wish could not be granted. So instead we prayed for strength, for hope, for courage and God gave us each of you.

You have made things different, through your prayers, your kindness, your compassion, and your generosity. Thank you for allowing us to fall into your arms. We will never exhaust your inspiration.

We will always remember how, oh so very much, you all loved sweet baby Gavin.

Jane Schwalbach, Gavin’s Grandmother and Gavin Winslow Campaign Chairperson

Kettle Moraine Students Earn Gold Stars

An innovative Social Studies final exam had some Kettle Moraine high school students creating and customizing projects that would make a difference, implementing those projects, and finally, reflecting upon their project’s effectiveness.

Certain groups and individuals chose to construct various fundraising projects for sweet baby Gavin. Together they raised a glittering $2,185.00.

The students hosting these projects included:

Alison Hablewitz
Austin Poker
John Johnson
Katlyn Vogel
Jenna Chirillo
Shanley Bodoh

Kylie Yagoda along with the community of St. Anthony on the Lake, located at W280 N2101, Highway SS in Pewaukee contributed $1,485.00 to the total.

There were also twelve other students who participated in these projects that wished to remain anonymous.

Thank you all so very, very much for choosing to become a part of the very deep and delicate chain of baby Gavin’s life. You truly are his “golden stars.”