Weidel Jumps into Fall at Hopewell Harvest Fest
Weidel Realtors gathered at the Hopewell Harvest Fair this past weekend with their annual scarecrow building booth. They had yet another successful year building 94 scarecrows in total and donating over $470 to Charity. Although they did not beat their all-time record, the Weidel Hopewell Valley office was still pleased with the outcome.
The fair was held on September 28th at the Hopewell Elementary School. The day began with a greeting from Mayor, Paul Anzano, and preceded with local bands, dance companies and entertainment from the Hopewell marching band.
The Weidel Hopewell Valley office, Princeton Assurance Corporation, Princeton Mortgage Corporation and Weidel Corporate all helped by donating old clothes for the event and Weidel agents helped make scarecrows throughout the day.
“We had an incredibly positive response from everyone…those who come every year, the committee, and those who came for the first time,” commented Kathleen Smith, Weidel Hopewell Valley Manager.
“All in all, the weather was beautiful and it was a great day!” she added.
Weidel would like to send out accolades to those who attended and helped with the event. Weidel Agents; Beth Kerr, Bob Long, Bonnie and Bruce Busch, Dolores Ramsey, Jean Santin, Kathy Berry, Lois Grieves, Wayne Smith and Lynda Schreiber were all participants at the event helping throughout the day.
The Hopewell Harvest Fair was a family event that brought the community together for a day of fun. Brenda Maxfield, Vice President of Weidel Realtors, and Elaine Weidel-Zeltner, mother of Richard A. Weidel, CEO also attended the event to help make scarecrows with the children.
The event was a huge success and even the Weidel employees were able to enjoy some of the other fair activities that were provided. Congratulations to Lois Grieves, associate, who tied for first-place in the bake off and to Lauren Kent, Corporate Staff, whose dog, Petrie, won a ribbon for best Halloween costume in the doggie dress up contest/parade.
Those who attended from Weidel Realtors created many special moments at the Hopewell Harvest Fair, including granddaughter and family of Ceil Sanney, Processor for the Weidel Hopewell Valley office, who had the opportunity to make a “baby” scarecrow with her great-grandson, Henry.
If you are looking to buy or sell your home contact the Weidel Hopewell Valley office today! They can be reached at 609-737-1500.