Griebel Family Fundraiser - Car Wash
On April 25th, a tragic car accident took the lives of Germantown residents Joshua and Monica Griebel, leaving behind their 5 children ranging from 17 months to 13 years old.
1Collision County Line, in cordination with the Germantown Poms Organization will be hosting a car wash at the 1Collision County Line facility at N96 W14555 County Line Road in Menomonee Falls Wisconsin on Saturday July 19th from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. Vehicles will be washed by family & friends of the Griebel Family. A donation is appreciated for each car wash. Food will be available for purchase. A drawing for door prizes donated by local businesses and organizations will also be held. 100% of all proceeds go directly to the Griebel Family.
For further information about the Griebel Family Fundraiser, please contact Chantal at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 262-251-1700.
The Griebel Family Facebook page is:
The Griebel Family GoFundMe account is at:
Donations can also be made at any BMO Harris or Associated Bank under Griebel Family.
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