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BBBS Benefits From Quarry Quest

Quarry Quest was held for the final time this year, ending a successful 17-year run during which $1.5 million was raised for local children’s charities. The event, which was sponsored by Michels Corporation and three other organizations, provided guests with a chance to enjoy a day in a working quarry while they learned about the construction and mining industries. 

Quarry Quest has been a representation of the best of Michels – teamwork, education and community outreach – and will leave a lasting, positive legacy for which the company is very proud. “We have been honored to provide financial support to many worthy organizations, including Big Brothers Big Sisters of Fond du Lac County,” said Kristen Waas, Resource Manager for Michels Corporation. 

“Big Brothers Big Sisters is very grateful for Michel’s support.  The check for $2000 will go a long way towards helping children in our program,” said Tammy Young, Executive Director of Big Brothers Big Sisters.

Although Quarry Quest has ended, Michels Corporation will remain deeply involved in the community. 

Pictured L TO R:  Tammy Young, Executive Director of BBBS; Mike Formiller, Michels Stone