STURTEVANT — First Weber Inc., located at 10351 Washington Ave, Suite 800, recently presented a check to Jerry and Elizabeth Bloodworth, directors of Teen Reach Adventure Camp (TRAC).
Realtor Billee Kotten has been a volunteer for TR.A.C. for three years. She recognized the ongoing financial need and introduced the camp program to her fellow realtors. Together they contributed more than $1,320 and First Weber Foundation’s Matching Gifts Program brought the total to $2,640.
Teen Reach Adventure Camp provides three-day, single gender camp experiences and year-round mentoring for at risk youth between the ages of 12-15 who reside in foster care in Racine and Kenosha counties. Campers enjoy the outdoors with team activities that improve trust and emphasize their true value and individual potential through challenge course activities, fishing, swimming, crafts and more. More importantly, every camper is given positive affirmation especially for setting achievable goals.
Tax-deductible donations can be made out to TRAC and sent to the TRAC office at 117 13th Ave., Union Grove, WI 53182. Donations of a local service or gift cards are also welcomed for the annual fundraising dinner and live auction. For more details about TRAC, or to find out how you can volunteer, contact Jerry and Elizabeth Bloodworth at TracKenosha@gmail.com.