River Bluff Community Foundation News
I like to think of us as ordinary people. We worked together for 40 years at Clinton Community College and we saved for retirement. Like many Iowans, we helped our neighbors—volunteering and chipping in what we could, when we could.
As someone who cares about your community, both locally and globally, you may be feeling overwhelmed by the many catastrophic events we are seeing in the news.
Earlier this summer, I had the opportunity to present the Clinton YWCA with a $1,225 check made possible by a distribution from one of the River Bluff Community Foundation’s (RBCF) endowment funds,
Guttenberg native Logan Bries is currently pursuing a business degree at the University of Dubuque.
Whether you have sights on planting a garden, attending a family reunion, or enjoying summer festivals, there are many simple ways you and your family and friends can make a difference in your community this summer.
Like many students, Logan Bries didn’t want cost to prevent him from attending the college of his choice.