Sabine Weinbeer The fruit and horticulture association Weisbrunn accomplished the generation change. At the annual meeting in the Eltmann district, numerous new volunteers were found after some long-serving board members announced they would no longer be available, including chairman Gerhard Pfuhlmann. Beside the new election there were the reports.
Pfuhlmann was pleased about the lively interest in the annual meeting in the youth center. Mayor Michael Ziegler and the Weisbrunn town councillors also took part in the event. Pfuhlmann thanked all the volunteers who had been involved in the fruit and gardening association during the year and handed out small thank-you gifts.
Also the first mayor joined the thanks, because the fruit and horticulture association Weisbrunn had set many accents in the place and the meadow. Many green areas or plantings and the cemetery are maintained by club members and, last but not least, many members are closely involved in the village renewal planning and thus in the redesign of Weisbrunn. The mayor thanked the association for passing on important knowledge to future generations through tree pruning courses and activities with kindergarten children.
Almost completely new members were elected to the board of directors. Roland Kuhn is the new chairman, Dagmar Malinowski is his deputy. This continues the successful dual leadership of a man and a woman in the association. New secretary is Katrin Stablein, and treasurer remains Dieter Kremer. Edgar Aumuller, Florian Stablein, Lukas Kremer and Tanja Janke were elected as assessors.
Thanks were given to the retiring board members, some of whom have held their positions for decades. These are the chairman Gerhard Pfuhlmann, his deputy Anneliese Utter, the secretary Gunter Nolscher and Elisabeth Hornung, Peter Jager and the assessors Simone Zier, Bernhard Spath and Mathias Zier.