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To support the local community, Culver’s of Waukesha donated ten percent of sales on Tuesday, May 12 to the Waukesha Education Foundation (WEF) as part of the Culver’s Cares program. “At a time when many businesses are cutting back support, Culver’s made a commitment to education and the community,” said Jay Walt, Past Board Chairman for WEF. “We want to thank Culver’s restaurants and their guests for being so generous.”

There were artwork displays at each of the three Culvers as well as performances by area students.

From left to right, Jay Walt, Past Board Chairman for WEF; Jill and Gary Beres, Culvers, and Todd Gray, Waukesha School's Superintendent.

“WEF is a vital link to our local community and funds will support innovative programs for students. We’re grateful to our guests who plan to spend part of their day with us to show their support,” said Gary and Jill Beres, owners of two Culvers.

Participating Culver’s included the locations on Highway 164, Sunset Drive and Grandview Avenue in Waukesha. Jill and Gary Beres' own the Culvers on Sunset and Hwy 164, and Greg Howe owns the Culvers on Grandview. We thank all of them for their support.

We thank the Waukesha Freeman for the photo below, showing Jay Walt and Todd Gray serving customers.

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