Weis donates to CMMS, MH Elementary

PHOTO PROVIDED Central Mountain Middle School representatives Katrina Lee, Brett Umbenhouer and Dave Peters are pictured with Mill Hall Weis Market Manager Francis Skrzycki.

MILL HALL — Weis Markets announced $400 donations to two Mill Hall schools as part of its first-ever Weis 4 School program.

Representatives from Weis Markets in Mill Hall presented the donations to Mill Hall Elementary School and Central Mountain Middle School.

In September 2020, Weis Markets invited public, private and religious Pre-K through 8th grade schools to register for the Weis 4 School program.

Then, families and school supporters linked their Weis Preferred Shopper cards to the school they intended to support. Afterwards, shoppers generated rewards points for their chosen schools through qualified purchases made with connected Weis Preferred Shopper cards.

At the end of the program, each participating school earned a portion of the $500,000 donation based on the number of rewards points generated through the program.

Mill Hall Weis employee Brayden Brungard and Assistant Store Manager Eric Nilsson present a check to Mill Hall Elementary School representative Amy Breon. PHOTO PROVIDED

“We are excited to distribute the donations generated through the first year of our Weis 4 School program. These donations reflect the commitment that we share with our customers to the communities where we live and work,” said Ron Bonacci, Weis Markets Vice President of Advertising and Marketing. “We are proud to support local schools through challenging circumstances.”


Today's breaking news and more in your inbox

I'm interested in (please check all that apply)
Are you a paying subscriber to the newspaper? *


Starting at $3.69/week.

Subscribe Today