Free Congregation of Sauk County hands out “Mission in Motion” grants

Free Congregation of Sauk County hands out “Mission in Motion” grants

Pictured: Some of the recipients of the Free Congregation of Sauk County’s Mission in Motion grants on January 13 at FCSC’s home Park Hall, 307 Polk St., Sauk City. Back, left to right: Jeff Wright, Superintendent of the Sauk Prairie School District; Dr. Tom Sullivan, Good Neighbor Clinic; John Ramthun, 6:8, Inc. Front, left to right: Cliff Thompson, Sauk Prairie Social Justice and Equity Initiative; Kris Ballweg, Sauk Prairie Area Food Pantry, Glen Johnson, FCSC Mission in Motion chair; Connie Konkle, Friends of Sauk City History; Renee Thums, Sauk Prairie Literacy Council.

The Free Congregation of Sauk County (FCSC), located at 307 Polk Street in Sauk City, has announced the recipients of the sixth annual contributions from its “Mission in Motion” initiative, established in 2016 to enable the congregation to fulfill the piece of its mission that exhorts it to “be of service to our world.”   



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