Appreciation for Princeton Weyerhaeuser

Princeton Weyerhaeuser has been a huge community supporter for many years. The Princeton Exhibition Association shows their appreciation.

Princeton Exhibition Association (PXA) president Paul Bedard (left) and vice president Dan Kastor (right) both employees of Weyerhaeuser present Jeff Larsen

Since 1977 Princeton Weyerhaeuser has been a sponsor and avid supporter of events held at the Princeton Exhibition grounds.

President Paul Bedard, spoke about Weyerhaeuser and its support of the PXA. Providing sponsorship of events, assisting with  loader time, ensuring the safety of children in activity areas, as well as the animals in their areas by providing shavings, providing lumber for repairs… the list goes on.

On Dec. 19, Bedard and Kastor, on behalf of the PXA and user groups, presented a plaque to manager Jeff Larsen, as a small token of appreciation. “With your support, our future is growing,” is an excerpt from the plaque presented.

“We are pleased to support the community,” said Larsen, and I am pleased that our employees work so hard to support the community.”

He shook both Bedard and Kastors hands and said, “We will display this plaque with pride.”

 

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