Helping our community

Local organizations funded through Operation Round Up

Posted on Aug 24 2017 in Marshall County REMC
Mark Batman

Mark Batman

On July 25, the Operation Round Up board awarded three grants, totaling $4,200, to local organizations.

Argos Community Elementary School received funding to assist third grade teacher Ashley Thayer and her co-worker in building a classroom library for her students. Students between preschool and sixth grade attend Argos Elementary.

Ashley Thayer, a third grade teacher at Argos Community Elementary School, received funding for her classroom library.

Marshall County Historical Society Inc. received funding to assist with the production of a video series chronicling the history of agriculture in Marshall County through the histories, lives and experiences of 14 farm families, most of whom have occupied their family farms for at least 100 years. Marshall County Historical Society promotes awareness and appreciation for the unique history of Marshall County and Indiana through the collection, preservation and display of local artifacts and documents.

Wild Rose Moon received funding to assist with its Pike Showcase Series of eight concerts. The Pike Showcase Series promotes local talent by pairing two local or regional acts from their open mic nights in a ticketed concert setting. Wild Rose Moon provides a dynamic cultural center for the community by producing and hosting the performing arts, educational ideas and cultural events in historic downtown Plymouth.

Thank you to those members who participate in Operation Round Up and to the Marshall County Community Foundation for making these donations possible. You have helped donate more than $79,000 to organizations in the community!


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