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Operation Round-Up Recipients

Operation RoundUp funds are awarded by the Board of Trustees each May and November shortly after the application deadline. Organizations/Individuals are required to provide quotes or receipts proving project initiation or project completion before the funds are issued.

Here's how our members' "cents" are turning into change!

Date
Name
Amount
Project
11/2016 
Stickney Volunteer Fire Department
$3,500 
Lifepak 15 for ambulance
12/2016
Ethan Community Center
$3,000
Community Center renovation
12/2016 
Kimball Police Department
$2,000 
Speed meter
02/2017 
Little Tikes Daycare, Inc. of Alexandria
$2,200 
Appliances
02/2017 
White Lake Volunteer Fire Department
$3,500 
Thermal imaging camera
04/2017 
Wessington Springs Baseball Association
$2,500 
Equipment & field maintenance
04/2017 
Campbell Straw Bale Museum
$3,000 
Roof repairs
04/2017
City of Emery Little Learner's Daycare & Preschool
$2,200 
Playground area
05/2017
Children's Care Corner in Howard
$2,000
Washer & dryer
06/2017
Kimball School
$1,000
Playground
06/2017
Chamberlain Fire Department
$2,500
Personal protective gear
06/2017
Corn Palace City VFW
$2,000
Elevator
06/2017
Kimball Swimming Pool
$500
Backboard for emergencies
06/2017
Plankinton Park & Recreation Committee
$1,000
Ball field  equipment & maintenance
06/2017
Letcher Town & Kountry Kids Blue Group
$3,500
Playground
07/2017
Gann Valley Spring Hill Cemetery Association
$2,000
Headstone repairs
11/2017
Ethan Community Center
$1,500
Community Center renovation
11/2017
Helping with Horsepower
$2,300
wheelchair lift
 
 
$40,200
 
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