What: A presentation on the McConnell Foundation: Its History and Role in the Community
When: Wednesday, June 22nd at 6:30 p.m.
Where: Millville Grange Hall, 22037 Old 44 Drive, Palo Cedro, CA 96073
Shannon Phillips, Programs Services Director and Vice President of Operations for the McConnell Foundation, will give a presentation titled “The McConnell Foundation: Its History and Role in the Community” at the Millville Grange on Wednesday, June 22nd, at 6:30PM. Please, join us for an interesting presentation and Q&A afterwards.
The McConnell Foundation was formed by Carl and Leah McConnell in order to share the benefit of their lifelong accomplishments. The McConnell Foundation is a philanthropic organization positioned to help build better communities today and for future generations. Since the Foundation began actively making grants in 1989, it has awarded more than $202 million in the areas of Arts & Culture, Community Vitality, Recreation, Social Services, and the Environment. Current areas of emphasis are Children, Youth & Education; Sustainable/Livable Communities; Scholarships; and our long-standing Yosemite Institute program. Please, join us and learn more about the McConnell Foundation at the Millville Grange.
The Millville Grange sponsors speakers on issues and events important to the community. Drinks and other refreshments will be provided by the Grange. This event is open to the public and Grange members alike.
For more information contact Bob Wagner at (530) 247-1090 or Doug Bennett at (530) 604-0804.
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The Grange is a grassroots organization that began in 1867. Today, the Grange has evolved into a community service organization with 10,000 members and 206 chapters in California alone. Grange halls serve as centers for culture, entertainment, education and gatherings of all types in many rural communities. Each Grange is run in the best tradition of democracy with active members deciding how the Grange best serves the community.
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