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- Requirements: Athlete, Financial Need
- For Skilled Trade, 2-year degree
Don Thiltgen was born and raised in Dubuque, Iowa. In junior high he played football, basketball and loved track. He lived two miles from school, so after practice he walked home, but most often... Read More
- Certified Patient Centered Medical Home
- CMS designated 5 Star hospital (2015)
- Largest employer in Delaware County
Since 1950, Regional Medical Center has been committed to the health of our area communities by providing quality, personalized care to our patients. RMC is a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit Critical Access... Read More
Lillian Fell ScholarshipEndowed
- Scholarship amount: $700
- Requirements: None
Lillian Marie Hall was born on October 12, 1905, marrying Leslie “Kelly” Fell in February 1927. Lillian worked as a bookkeeper at Peters Motor Company in DeWitt. Volunteering was always... Read More
- Instill value of natural resources
- Fund conservation education programming
- Help preserve natural landscape
Jim Haring spent his life dedicated to nature conservation. As a member of the Clinton County Conservation and Foundation Boards, he strove to be a good public steward of the natural resources that... Read More
ZTM Sober Living LLCProject/Operating
- 32-bed sober housing for men in recovey
- Supportive, structured environment after treatment
- January 2021 newsletter: https://conta.cc/3r9ZCA0
ZTM Sober Living is a sober living environment for men aged 18 and older who desire continued support, structure and accountability after leaving treatment centers for substance use disorder and... Read More