SCHS Receives Grant


(Photo by Jerome Lobner and article excerpted from a Sherman County Times article by Betty Kuszak, Sherman County Community Foundation Executive Director)

On January 14, 2020, a $4,000 matching funds grant was presented to Sherman County Historical Society as part of its Anytime Give Program. The funds will be used to renovate the porch of the Ohlsen-Jenner House located on the Museum grounds as well as landscaping projects and up-grading the parking lot.

The Foundation's Anytime Give Program provided matching funds toward these renovation and improvement projects which included proceeds from its annual ice cream social during Polish Days, a raffle, and museum tours. The Sherman County Historical Society is grateful for this matching funds grant and looks forward to partnering again with the Sherman County Community Foundation through the Anytime Give Program.

(Those in the photo are (L to R: AJ Reimers, Alec Baillie, Foundation member, Rose Kowalski, Donna Trompke, President of the SCHS receiving the Anytime Give check from Betty Kuszak Executive Director of the SCCF.)
SCHS Receives Grant