Free Congregation of Sauk County donates funds

 

January 10, 2019

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The Free Congregation of Sauk County (FCSC), a Unitarian Universalistic fellowship, located at 307 Polk St. in Sauk City has a Mission in Motion Outreach Committee. Each year this committee makes a recommendation to the FCSC Board to fund grants to non-profit organizations to further the mission of making the world a better place. This year grants were awarded to assist the refugee settlement for a Vietnamese man in Reedsburg ($400), the Reedsburg Summer Outdoor Adventure Club ($500), Kids' Ranch ($500), 6:8 Inc. ($300), the Sauk Prairie Food Pantry ($500), the Sauk Prairie School District Social Worker for family emergencies ($500), the American Civil Liberties Union Foundation ($500), the Sauk Prairie Area Literacy Council ($500), Direct Relief for hurricane and wildfires recovery assistance ($800) and the Sauk County Disaster Relief Fund for flood recovery assistance ($1000). On December 14, a reception was held for the grant recipients to thank them for the work that the organizations accomplish to assist humankind at Park Hall in Sauk City, home of the FCSC. Although not all recipients were able to attend, the picture of those attending is above. First row, left to right, is Larry Pakyz representing the Sauk County Disaster Relief Fund, Fritz Parks, FCSC Administrator, and Susan Baumann Duren Sauk Prairie School District Social Work. Second row, left to right, Michael Whaley, FCSC President, Cynthia Odden, Sauk Prairie Area Literacy Council and John Ramthun of 6:8 Inc.



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