Jenna Burnette, left, senior marketing representative
for First Bank Financial Centre, and Jeff McCarthy, FBFC
marketing director, display the Joe Everson painting
that will be auctioned March 16 to raise funds for Camp
OCONOMOWOC — First Bank Financial Centre recently
donated a professional painting done by Joe Everson,
Anthem Artist, to the ninth annual Grand Slam Charity
Jam fundraising event.
The Grand Slam Charity Jam, presented by Grafton-based
Kapco, will take place March 16 in Milwaukee and will
feature a cocktail party, silent and live auctions,
dinner from Ferrante’s, an after-party and a concert.
This year, the funds raised at this event will benefit
Camp Hometown Heroes, a free week-long summer camp for
children who lost a parent or sibling through service in
the U.S. military. These children made the ultimate
sacrifice for our freedom. Camp Hometown Heroes provides
them with restored hope and healing, according to a news
“Camp Hometown Heroes is an amazing organization. The
work they do to provide healing and caring to the
children of fallen servicemen and women is admirable,
and it’s our honor to help them raise funds to support
their mission,” said Jeff McCarthy, FBFC marketing
The painting donated by FBFC was painted by Joe Everson.
He has been featured on FOX News, ESPN Sports Center,
Fox Sports, SB Nation, NHL.com, Washington Times, CBS
Sports, USA Today and Huffington Post.
Everson is known for his singing of the national anthem
while painting beautiful artwork, the news release
The donated painting will be available for bidding at
Locally, First Bank Financial Centre has branches at
11715 N. Port Washington Road in Mequon and 2300
Washington St. in Grafton.
First Bank Financial Centre’s website is FBFCWI.com. To
learn more about the Grand Slam Charity Jam, or to
purchase tickets, go to