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Kenmare Community Foundation

 

Bryan Quigley
Alan Scherbenske
Kathy Schumacher
Laurie Dockter
Melissa Sagness

 

2012 Grant Recipients

 
  • $400 to the Kenmare Wheels and Meals (senior meals program)
     
  • $400 to the Kenmare Food Pantry (blankets, gloves, and winter hats)
     
  • $400 to the Kenmare Summer Arts Institute Program (art materials)
     
  • $400 to the Kenmare Pioneer Village (restoration and repair of blacksmith shop)
     
  • $400 to the Kenmare Community Development Corporation (upgrades to Kenmare theater)
     
  • $451 to the Bowbells Swimming Pool Drive (new swimming pool)

Kenmare Community Foundation

The Kenmare Area Community Foundation was established in 2009 with gifts from the Kenmare Development Corporation and Kenmare Veteran's Club. The Foundation distributes grants to worthwhile projects and non-profit organizations in Kenmare and the surrounding area that work to improve our community and quality of life. Additional donations to teh fund ensure that we can continue to provide for our community in the future.

The Foundation is affiliated with the North Dakota Community Foundation,
which is a non-profit, tax-exempt corporation under IRS Code 501(c)(3) and North Dakota Law.

Here's some of what we've been able to accomplish in our short history so far:

  • Renovations to the Blacksmith Shop at Lake County Historical Foundation
  • Support for the Bowbells Swimming Pool Drive
  • Update the Kenmare Movie Theatre
  • Support our Wheels & Meals Program
  • Encourage and promote the arts through the Dakota Prairie Creative Society

What else could we do with your support?

To donate to the fund:
Donations to the Kenmare Area Community Foundation are welcome and accepted at any time of the year.
Please go to www.ndcf.net/Kenmare to make a donation or send it to

Kenmare Area Community Foundation
400 Church Ave
Kenmare Area, North Dakota 58746

"What a man does for himself, dies with him.
What he does for his community lives long after he is gone."
- Theodore Roosevelt