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CBA Donates $4329 To Crivitz Food Pantry
The Crivitz Business Association made a donation of $4329.90 to the Crivitz Food Pantry. Funds were raised through their annual raffle in which Crivitz businesses help sell the tickets.
Businesses that donated the prizes that helped make the raffle a success were Frank Porth Chevrolet, Lakes Construction, Witt Auto Sales, and Witts Piggly Wiggly/True Value/Subway donated a Weber Spirit Gas Grill which was won by Chloe Gruszynski.
Bank Mutual, Bank North, Farmers & Merchants Bank & Trust, and Nicolet National Bank donated two $500 prizes in cash which were won by Raymond Zernia and Jean Landgraf.
Your Realty donated a framed elk picture won by Shirley Blackowske, and Kevin J. Pepin, DDS, S.C. Dental Office donated a $250 gift certificate won by Florian Kanikula.
The Crivitz Business Association is proud of the efforts made by the Crivitz Food Pantry and all the volunteers that work throughout the year. They thank everyone who assisted.
Among those helping were from left, Darlene Huss, food pantry volunteer, Debbie Atwood, Farmers & Merchants Bank & Trust, Bob Murrock, food pantry volunteer, Kevin Johnson of Frank Porth, Jean Franzen of Nicolet National Bank, Bonnie Kinart, food pantry volunteer, Garet Witt-Witts Piggly Wiggly/True Value/Subway, Pam Kanikula and Ralph Parker.
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