Green Bay - Brown County employees now have a festive place to work thanks to some crafty kids. Students with disabilities at Syble Hopp School created handmade ornaments and hung them on the holiday tree in the county's Northern Building on Thursday.
It's an annual tradition everyone looks forward to.
"The employees really get an opportunity to share that Christmas spirit with the students and really it's a great rejuvenation of what Christmas really truly means to all of us. So, it's a great start for the holiday season," said Brown County Executive Troy Streckenbach.
The day also included singing holiday songs, and Santa stopped by to hear the children's wish lists.