First Weber & Foundation give time and money


The Kettle Moraine Realtors Association has a Community Service Committee  that  looks for opportunities to provide services to area agencies. The recent project, chaired by Terri Fredrich, was a gardening activity at the Friends for Abused Families Shelter in West Bend. Terri gathered 17 people to weed, transplant and plant three large flower beds as well as till an area for a future vegetable garden on Tuesday, May 15th.


Collectively 42.5 hours were spent turning the front of the shelter into a beautiful combination of perennial beds. West Bend First Weber agents participating in the event were: Lynn Centgraf, Amy Curler, Kaye Erdman, Cyndi and Mark Seefeldt, Bink Steinbach, Don Tallman, Jeffrey Walters and Terri Fredrich.



First Weber Foundation contributes to the American Cancer Society Relay For Life.

Ron Zahrt, President-Broker Owner at First Weber in Wausau, presents a $2,500 Foundation Check to Laurel Harder of the American Cancer Society for a Bronze Level Sponsorship for this year’s Relay for Life. In the background are some of the baskets that local businesses assemble to raffle at the Relay. They are in the Wausau office for 1 week to help raise funds for the Relay.

First Weber agents not only contribute by making a basket each year, they also participate in the event as a team.


The First Weber Foundation also contributed $1,000 to the Marshfield Relay for Life. Pictured below from left: Amy Zondlo, ACS representative; Linda Hinrichsen, Co-chair for Marshfield’s Relay for Life and Rich Chronquist, First Weber.



We’re happy to give both time and money to make our communities a better place to live and work. The First Weber Foundation is funded by agents, employees and owners of First Weber Group. To read more about the work of the First Weber Group Foundation, please see our First Weber Foundation category or website.  For Wisconsin real estate for sale, please start your property search at   Thanks for reading the First Weber Wisconsin real estate & Wisconsin living blog.

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