The Wilde Warfield Foundation, a local non-profit organization headed by Kimberly Wilde Warfield and Richard G. Wilde, recently presented the Blue Ridge Middle School Parent Teacher Organization with a donation of $2,600 to enhance technology at the local middle school. “This donation provides amazing opportunities for BRMS students and staff! We are thankful for the generosity of the Wilde Warfield Foundation,” said Principal Brion Bell.
A fundraising event sponsored by KSW Connect was in held early June at Franklin Park to raise the donated funds. Max Major, a nationally known mentalist whose performances combine magic, mentalism, and hypnosis, dazzled the near capacity. The sponsors donated 100 percent of the projects from this performance to support technology at BRMS.
Photo: Kimberly Wild Warfield & Richard Wilde of the Wilde Warfield Foundation present BRMS Principal Brion Bell with a donation to support technology at Blue Ridge. Pictured from left to right: PTO representatives Jennifer Bodamer and Jennifer Heffron, Principal Brion Bell, Kimberly Wilde Warfield and Richard Wilde.