Whitewater Community Foundation Welcomes New Board Members

Please join the Whitewater Community Foundation as they welcome five new members of their Board of Directors!

These five new board members joined the Foundation in January of 2020. The Whitewater Community Foundation is excited for these new board members to contribute to the Foundation and the Whitewater community.

Roni Telfer has been a resident of Whitewater since 1985 and has held multiple community service positions over the years in the Whitewater community. She will be serving as an At-Large Director for the Foundation.

Dr. Dwight C. Watson has served as Chancellor of the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater since August 1st, 2019 and will be serving as the UW-Whitewater Representativeon the Foundation Board.

Kim Walton has been a part of the Whitewater Community for 30 years and is looking forward to continuing her civic involvement. She will be serving as an At-Large Director for the Foundation.

Dr. Jim Shaw is acting as Interim District Administrator for the Whitewater Unified School District and will be serving as an At-Large Director for the Foundation.

Jerry Wendt is a retired Pastor of Whitewater’s First English Lutheran Church, and with his wife Nancy, owns and operates Victoria on Main, a local bed and breakfast. Jerry will be serving as an At-Large Director for the Foundation.

About WCF: The Whitewater Community Foundation’s mission is to “Enhance quality of life in the Whitewater area via educational, cultural, charitable or benevolent expenditures” through scholarships and community action grants. To donate and support the continuation of the Whitewater Banner, simply send a check made out to Whitewater Community Foundation to P.O. Box 428, Whitewater, WI, 53190, or donate online at whitewatercommunityfoundation.org by hitting the “Donate” button on top of the contact page. For tax purposes, the Whitewater Community Foundation is a 501(c)(3) Corporation.

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