Congratulations to Kendallville Boy Scout Troop 108 for being one of our first 25 grant recipients!

Back in August of 1992, the organization received a $500 grant to enable the school to help purchase equiptment for this growing Boy Scout Troop.

Scott Hepworth was honored with a $250 grant commemorating the organization’s initial grant 25 years ago.

Noble County Community Foundation thanks Kendallville Boy Scout Troop 108 for their continued service to the community. We appreciate your partnership all those years ago.

1st 25 Grants – 24 – Life and Family Services

Congratulations to Life and Family Services for being one of our first 25 grant recipients!

Back in August of 1992, the organization received a $2,000 grant to help with operating expenses for the TPC.

Deanna Rodenbeck, Executive Director, was honored with a $250 grant commemorating the organization’s initial grant 25 years ago.

NCCF Board of Directors President Jarrod Ramer delivered the grant award.

Noble County Community Foundation thanks Life and Family Services for their continued service to the community. We appreciate your partnership all those years ago.

1st 25 Grants – 23 – Noble County Soil and Water Conservation Dist.

Congratulations to NC Soil and Water Conservation Dist. for being one of our first 25 grant recipients!

Back in August of 1992, the organization received a $2,500 grant to help fund a progressive environmental education guide for elementary students.

Nick Hosted, Kyle Bailey, and Tom Fortman, all Board of Supervisors members, were honored with a $250 grant commemorating the organization’s initial grant 25 years ago.

Noble County Community Foundation thanks the NC Soil and Water Conservation Dist. for their continued service to the community. We appreciate your partnership all those years ago.

1st 25 Grants – 22 – Stop Child Abuse and Neglect (SCAN)

Congratulations to SCAN for being one of our first 25 grant recipients!

Back in April of 1992, the organization received a $15,000 grant to enable the school to provide in house services for parents at risk of abusing their children in Noble County.

Rachel Tobin-Smith, SCAN Executive Director, was honored with a $250 grant commemorating the organization’s initial grant 25 years ago.

Noble County Community Foundation thanks SCAN for their continued service to the community. We appreciate your partnership all those years ago.

1st 25 Grants – 20 – Noble County Historical Society

Congratulations to the Noble County Historical Society for being one of our first 25 grant recipients!

Back in September of 1993, the organization received a $1,000 grant to help replace the heating system in the old jail museum.

Margaret Ott was honored with a $250 grant commemorating the organization’s initial grant 25 years ago.

NCCF Executive Director Linda Speakman-Yerick delivered the grant award.

Noble County Community Foundation thanks the Noble County Historical Society for their continued service to the community. We appreciate your partnership all those years ago.

1st 25 Grants – 21 – East Noble Middle School

Congratulations to East Noble Middle School for being one of our first 25 grant recipients!

Back in August of 1992, the school received a $750 grant to provide programs that enhance parent awareness of the need to read to children at an early age.

Programs would include monthly meetings and door to door information.

Andrew Deming, the current East Noble Middle School principal, was honored with a $250 grant commemorating the organization’s initial grant 25 years ago.

Noble County Community Foundation thanks East Noble Middle School for their continued service to the community. We appreciate your partnership all those years ago.

1st 25 Grants – 04 – Big Brothers/Big Sisters

Congratulations to Big Brothers/Big Sisters for being one of our first 25 grant recipients!

Back in December of 1993, the organization received a $1,360 grant to provide for new computer equipment for their office.

Ashley Robertson (pictured right), who serves with Big Brothers/Big Sisters, was honored with a $250 grant commemorating the organization’s initial grant 25 years ago.

Board Member Jolene Durham (left) delivered the grant award.

Noble County Community Foundation thanks Big Brothers/Big Sisters for their continued service to the community. We appreciate your partnership all those years ago.

1st 25 Grants – 19 – Sparta Township Volunteer Fire Dept.

Congratulations to the Sparta Township Volunteer Fire Dept. for being one of our first 25 grant recipients!

Back in December of 1992, the organization received a $3,500 grant to help cover the cost of an Automatic defibrillator.

Geoffrey Bush, volunteer, was honored with a $250 grant commemorating the organization’s initial grant 25 years ago.

Noble County Community Foundation thanks the Sparta Township Volunteer Fire Dept. for their continued service to the community. We appreciate your partnership all those years ago.

1st 25 Grants – 18 – Kendallville Day Care Center

Congratulations to the Kendallville Day Care Center for being one of our first 25 grant recipients!

Back in December of 1992, the organization received a $2,000 grant for scholarships for students that need financial aid.

Cheryl Dranks, the executive director of the Day Care Center, was honored with a $250 grant commemorating the organization’s initial grant 25 years ago.

Also pictured in the photo are Day Care Center Board Member Heidi Ramer (far right) and Hairy Milton.

Noble County Community Foundation thanks the the Kendallville Day Care Center for their continued service to the community. We appreciate your partnership all those years ago.

1st 25 Grants – 17 – Noble County 4H Exhibit Corp. Inc.

Congratulations to the Noble County 4H Exhibit Corp. Inc. for being one of our first 25 grant recipients!

Back in September of 1992, the organization received a $3,600 grant to provide for portable computer to be used for local and area 4-H competitions and at the fair.

Doug Keenan, Extension educator, was honored with a $250 grant commemorating the organization’s initial grant 25 years ago.

Noble County Community Foundation thanks the Noble County 4H Exhibit Corp. Inc. for their continued service to the community. We appreciate your partnership all those years ago.

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