BY PCC STAFF FORT MADISON – PORT committee members receive a $750 check from members of the Fort Madison Elk’s Club. The donation will be used to provide matching funds for the Wellmark grant that was [Read More…]
From left to right Michelle Caston, Simone Omiatek, Donna Mann, and Jeremy Swink stand for a picture of Mann’s McDonald’s $1,000 donation to the Fort Madison Athletic Boosters.
BY PCC STAFF MONTROSE – The Lee County Sheriff’s courthouse security detail will soon be able to wear bulletproof vests thanks to a very timely donation from a local charity. Sheriff’ Stacy Weber said Tuesday [Read More…]
Submitted article FORT MADISON – The North Lee County Food Pantry is one of 86 organizations to receive a Working Here Fund grant in the first quarter of 2018. With this grant the Food Pantry will purchase [Read More…]
Submitted article FORT MADISON – Lee County Bank President Mike Culbertson presented a $2,500 check to Lin Cramer for the Fort Madison Food Pantry. Lee County Bank has been a long-time supporter of the Fort [Read More…]
BY CHUCK VANDENBERG PCC EDITOR FORT MADISON – We’re not supposed to outlive our children. It’s an unwritten rule we expect as parents and we don’t prepare for the flip of life when a child [Read More…]
Fort Madison Rotary President Tim Gobble presents a check for $900 to Lisa Knipe representing the Fort Madison City Band. The donation was raised by the Rotary’s annual Community Picnic. Photo courtesy of Jan Garza, [Read More…]
Submitted article FORT MADISON – Sandy Brown receives a donation on behalf of PAWS from FMMS students Emily Eaves and Rylee Zimmerman accompanied by Principal Todd Dirth. The two eighth graders spearheaded a candy cane [Read More…]
Submitted article FORT MADISON – The Potowonok Circle of Kings Daughters, represented by Kate Lamb, left, was happy to present a check to Kelli Metcalf, who represents Christmas for Teens. This money was used to [Read More…]
PaperpakLLC, located at 1722 53rd Street in Fort Madison recently held a toy drive for Christmas for Kids. Pictured above are some of the PaperpakLLC employees with the over $600 in donated toys.
BY PCC STAFF FORT MADISON – The Pinnacle Foods United Way Campaign has raised a total of $23,644 for the 2017-2018 Campaign. This amount was raised due to the generous support of our Pinnacle Employees [Read More…]
Linda Marshall and two of the committee members for Christmas for Kids accepts a check for $250.00 from Alliant Energy presented by Nancy Snaadt, Key Account Manager.
WEST BURLINGTON – Great River Cancer Center has received a donation of $2,431.70 from Hearth and Home Technologies. Employees of the Mount Pleasant, Iowa, business raised $1,215.85, and the employer matched the contribution. Fundraisers included [Read More…]
FORT MADISON – Beta Sigma Phi presented PORT (Promoting Outdoor Recreation Trails) of Fort Madison with their second donation of $500. They made a five year pledge to support the building of trails in Fort [Read More…]
BY PCC STAFF FORT MADISON – The Community Foundation of North Lee County, based in Fort Madison, recently awarded money to 3 organizations in Fort Madison as part of their annual grant program. PORT, or [Read More…]
BY PCC STAFF The Fort Madison Benevolent and Protective Order of the Elks received a $1,500 grant from the Elks National Foundation in honor of the group’s 150th Anniversary about two weeks ago. The local [Read More…]
BY CHUCK VANDENBERG PCC EDITOR FORT MADISON – A social group out of Burlington and Fort Madison is working to raise funds to buy $500 worth of school supplies for needy area children. Darrell Newquist [Read More…]
BY PCC STAFF FORT MADISON – The Relay For Life of North Lee County partnered with the Fraternal Order of the Eagles in Fort Madison for their 2017 kickoff event. The kickoff event was held [Read More…]
BY CHUCK VANDENBERG PCC EDITOR FORT MADISON – The local chapter of the Beta Sigma Phi sorority donated $700 to the P.A.W. no-kill animal shelter in Fort Madison on Monday. Karen Hope and Deb Sylvester [Read More…]
BY PCC STAFF LEE COUNTY – The Lee County K-9 Association received more than $3,000 from local students and businesses toward the funding of a K-9 unit for the Lee County Sheriff’s Department. Sixth graders [Read More…]
PCC STAFF Pictured are Tony Wolfe, right, representing Habitat for Humanity and Rachel Benda, Director at The Kensington. The Kensington employees love to give a donation each year to Habitat for Humanity because they believe [Read More…]