Kohler helps 4-H ‘Raise the Roof’



Tom Cromwell (center), Group President of Kohler Power, recently presented a check for $17,000 to the Sheboygan County 4-H Leaders Association’s “Raise the Roof” Campaign for a new roof on the 4-H Youth Building at the county fairgrounds. Accepting the check at a local club meeting on behalf of the association are Sarah Tarjeson (fourth from left), 4-H youth development educator of the Sheboygan County UWExtension, and Patty Taylor (second from left), general leader of the Herman Cheeri- Os 4-H Club, along with club officers (left to right) Grace Baumann, Brianna Stange, Amber De’Amico, Lauren Schmitt, Colin Zimmermann and Austin Radue. The donation represents half of the estimated cost of the project, with other funding coming from 4-H youth fundraisers. When the 4-H Youth Building was constructed in 1953 on the county fairgrounds, Kohler Co. was one of the primary donors who supported construction and helped dedicate the building during that year’s Sheboygan County Fair, so it’s fitting to support the building’s continued maintenance. Kohler supports a wide array of local organizations that its associates and their families are involved in, and Kohler Power has long supported the agriculture industry since its earliest days of manufacturing generators and engines used in agricultural equipment. Submitted photo Tom Cromwell (center), Group President of Kohler Power, recently presented a check for $17,000 to the Sheboygan County 4-H Leaders Association’s “Raise the Roof” Campaign for a new roof on the 4-H Youth Building at the county fairgrounds. Accepting the check at a local club meeting on behalf of the association are Sarah Tarjeson (fourth from left), 4-H youth development educator of the Sheboygan County UWExtension, and Patty Taylor (second from left), general leader of the Herman Cheeri- Os 4-H Club, along with club officers (left to right) Grace Baumann, Brianna Stange, Amber De’Amico, Lauren Schmitt, Colin Zimmermann and Austin Radue. The donation represents half of the estimated cost of the project, with other funding coming from 4-H youth fundraisers. When the 4-H Youth Building was constructed in 1953 on the county fairgrounds, Kohler Co. was one of the primary donors who supported construction and helped dedicate the building during that year’s Sheboygan County Fair, so it’s fitting to support the building’s continued maintenance. Kohler supports a wide array of local organizations that its associates and their families are involved in, and Kohler Power has long supported the agriculture industry since its earliest days of manufacturing generators and engines used in agricultural equipment. Submitted photo

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