THE CITY REBORN FROM THE ASHES OF AMERICA'S MOST DISASTROUS FOREST FIRE
Issue Date: December 13, 2018
For the 16th year in a row Frank Porth Chevrolet in Crivitz helped to make Christmas more enjoyable for area children. Over $2,500 worth of toys was collected at the dealership since early November with $1,500 coming from Frank Porth himself who has been doing the program for 35 years. On Tuesday Dec.11, Sue Wieting coordinator for the Angel Tree Program in Crivitz, and in conjunction with the Crivitz Food Pantry, was at the dealership to collect the toys and take them to Faith Presbyterian Church in Crivitz where they will be distributed to families on Wednesday, Dec.12. Wieting stated that 45 families and over 150 angels (children) in the Crivitz area will benefit from the toy program. Wieting along with Debbie Tomaszewski and Junior and Senior students at Crivitz High School assisted with bagging the gifts and taking them to the church. Pictured left to right kneeling are students Al Rickaby, Danielle Williams, Brittany Burgey, Nadine Kusby, Mallari Rymer and Wyatt Trever. Standing left to right included Kevin Johnson, general sales manager at Frank Porth Chevrolet; and salesmen Paul (Loopy) Weidner, Ryan Berger and Tim Drees.