KEWAUNEE – Bruemmer Park Zoo is getting four new occupants representing Africa in the spring. Thanks to a $20,000 donation from a member of the Bruemmer family, the zoo will install four life-sized animal statues, one each of an elephant, lion, rhinoceros and zebra. They will be placed in the same green space as Melvin, a giant metal giraffe sculpture created by donor Mike Remme of Kewaunee RV & Campground and installed in 2018. The donation was made by Steve Bruemmer, grandson of Leo Bruemmer and great-nephew of Otto Bruemmer, the sons of Kewaunee County Judge Louis Bruemmer. The park, which is operated by the county, was named in honor of Louis Bruemmer in 1930. “The investment being made into Bruemmer Park Zoo by donors like the Bruemmer family tells us that this park is a special place for a lot of people,” Dave Myers, Kewaunee County Promotion & Recreation Director, said in a press release. “These animal statues are very unique additions and we want to give the feel of a natural habitat with vegetation similar to the savannah and the use of cedar split-rail fencing.” Depending on winter and spring weather, the county hopes the new statues will be installed by April. The Zoological Society of Kewaunee County, which operates the zoo, is continuing fundraising efforts for its master plan, which includes a pheasant exhibit and environmental education center. To volunteer at the zoo, make a donation or for more information, visit bruemmerparkzoo.com.