Goessel Community Foundation issues $2,170 in project grants

Goessel Community Foundation issues $2,170 in project grants<p><p>James Wiens, Rachel Boden, Susie Shipp and Eric Schrag (from left) hold the grant awards they received from the Goessel Community Foundation Sunday evening at the annual community picnic sponsored by the Goessel Ministerial Alliance. The four grants, totaling $2,170, will be used to support various community endeavors. Wiens, vice-president of the USD 411 Board of Education, accepted a check for $200 that will go toward the school/community gardening project; Boden, the new owner and operator of Kinderhaus Preschool, accepted a check for $475 for student scholarships; Shipp, director of the After-School Program, accepted a check for $475; and Schrag, CEO of Bethesda Home, received a check for $1,020. Myron Schmidt, GCF chairman, presented the checks. GCF is affiliated with the Central Kansas Community Founda?tion based in Newton. Courtesy photo
Goessel Community Foundation issues $2,170 in project grants<p><p>James Wiens, Rachel Boden, Susie Shipp and Eric Schrag (from left) hold the grant awards they received from the Goessel Community Foundation Sunday evening at the annual community picnic sponsored by the Goessel Ministerial Alliance. The four grants, totaling $2,170, will be used to support various community endeavors. Wiens, vice-president of the USD 411 Board of Education, accepted a check for $200 that will go toward the school/community gardening project; Boden, the new owner and operator of Kinderhaus Preschool, accepted a check for $475 for student scholarships; Shipp, director of the After-School Program, accepted a check for $475; and Schrag, CEO of Bethesda Home, received a check for $1,020. Myron Schmidt, GCF chairman, presented the checks. GCF is affiliated with the Central Kansas Community Founda?tion based in Newton. Courtesy photo

James Wiens, Rachel Boden, Susie Shipp and Eric Schrag (from left) hold the grant awards they received from the Goessel Community Foundation Sunday evening at the annual community picnic sponsored by the Goessel Ministerial Alliance. The four grants, totaling $2,170, will be used to support various community endeavors. Wiens, vice-president of the USD 411 Board of Education, accepted a check for $200 that will go toward the school/community gardening project; Boden, the new owner and operator of Kinderhaus Preschool, accepted a check for $475 for student scholarships; Shipp, director of the After-School Program, accepted a check for $475; and Schrag, CEO of Bethesda Home, received a check for $1,020. Myron Schmidt, GCF chairman, presented the checks. GCF is affiliated with the Central Kansas Community Founda?tion based in Newton.