LIFE Mower County receives grant from Glenville business

Published 8:24 am Wednesday, July 24, 2019

LIFE Mower County was one of  four area organizations to receive grants from POET Biorefining-Glenville.

The grants are given to local organizations working to provide new or expanded resources for the communities in and around Glenville, helping passionate people reach their goals to help change the world. This year’s grant recipients in Freeborn and Mower counties are:

LIFE Mower County, formerly The Arc Mower County, to promote the organization’s new name and continue their mission to empower and enrich lives for individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities.

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Glenville-Emmons High School for Teen Advocate Group (TAG), their student-led program to stimulate student awareness of social issues through educational programming and community events.

Glenville-Emmons Schools & Community Foundation for the Glenville-Emmons Backpack Program that provides nutritious food support to students over the weekend.

Hayward Fire Department to improve their grain bin rescue equipment.

“The two programs through the Glenville-Emmons Schools, LIFE Mower County’s mission, and improved rescue equipment for the Hayward Fire Department will contribute to enhancing community life — something that’s very important to us as we award these ‘Never Satisfied’ grants,” said Jeff Ewing, General Manager, POET Biorefining–Glenville.