Former Newburgh Teacher Gives Back To Community With Sweet Treats

In Warrick County, a former Tri-State teacher is giving back to those hardworking educators with some sweet treats.

Posted: Jan 31, 2021 3:36 PM

In Warrick County, a former Tri-State teacher is giving back to those hardworking educators with some sweet treats.

Erin Williamson is a former Castle High School teacher.

She is dropping off free backed goods to teachers, custodians, lunch, and office workers.

"It's just a really challenging time to be a teacher right now," says Erin Williamson, baker. "I love to bake. I actually quit teaching because I love to bake a lot more and it was a much less stressful job. And so, I am able to say thank you to the teachers. And just let them know that they are appreciated and let them know they are seen and just hopefully bring a smile to their face by bringing them a cupcake or cookie or some yummy baked good."

She is also offering a special Valentine's Day deal.

People can purchase a treat for a faculty member and she will drop them off to any Newburgh School with free delivery.

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