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The Warrens Area has a long history of citizens who were hard working, cared strongly for their community, and valued a strong neighborhood bond.  These values continue today and the Warrens Area Foundation is helping to nurture this effort.



The purpose of the Foundation is to receive and accept property to be administered exclusively for charitable purposes, primarily in, and for the benefit of the people of the Warrens Area.


Gifts of property, financial instruments such as stocks, bonds, etc, and cash donations are all welcome.  All donations to the Foundation are tax-deductible.


Jenny is a Tomah native but has lived in Warrens since 2010. She was hired by the Tomah Area School District in August 2011. She began teaching at Warrens Elementary School the following year and currently teaches fifth grade. Jenny is also a firefighter and Emergency Medical Responder with the Town of Lincoln Fire Department, currently serving as the department’s secretary.


Lorry moved to Warrens in 2004 when she was hired as the first director of the Wisconsin Cranberry Discovery Center. Since marrying local cranberry grower Jack Potter in 2009, Lorry has been the bookkeeper for Potter Cranberry Company and Charles Cranberry Marsh. She also is the secretary of the Warrens Area Business Association/Visit Warrens.


Brian’s family moved to Warrens when he was four years old. Since 2009, Brian has been the Director of Public Works for the Village of Warrens. Brian is a member of St. Andrew’s Catholic Church, the Warrens Lions Club and the Warrens Cranberry Festival. He is also a volunteer with the Tomah Area School District. He and his wife, Stephanie, have two sons: Alex and Jarett.


A life-long Warrens resident, Selena has operated her own cleaning business for over 25 years. Selena is secretary of the Warrens Area Youth Association and heads activities like Hope for the Holidays, Halloween Bash, summer kickball program and other WAYA sponsored activities. Married to Chad Meacham, the couple has two daughters, Allegra and Lacey.


Sara has lived most of her life in the Warrens area and is very involved in community activities, including the Warrens Cranberry Festival, Warrens Community Meals and is currently treasurer of the Warrens Lions Club. She is employed as a supply planner with Ocean Spray Cranberry Cooperative and helps when she’s able at her family’s Moseley Roadside Market.


Karen is a Personal Banker for CCF Bank in Tomah. Through her previous jobs at Jellystone Park and F&M Bank – Warrens branch, Karen grew to know and love the Warrens people and community. She is an active member of the Warrens Lions Club and a Warrens Cranberry Festival volunteer. Karen and her husband Jim live on Jim’s family farm north of Tomah.


Greg has lived in the Warrens area most of his life and owns Zingler Sign & Design. Greg has served as Town of Lincoln Chairman since 2013. He is also an active member of St. Andrew’s Catholic Church and the Warrens Lions Club. Greg graduated from UW-Eau Claire with a degree in Management. He and his wife, Julie, have five children: Braden, Carley, Bennett, Mya and Max.

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