2010 Penny Power Grants

In 2010, the Penny Power program supported:

2010 – 1st Quarter
$2,000 – Adams Co. Farm Bureau: renewable energy resource kit & support materials.
$2,000 – Community Foundation; online grant application & review software.
$1,500 – St. Peters Lutheran Church; tuck pointing on church & bell tower.
$1,000 – CSE Track Task Force; all-weather track at Central High School.
$800 – Boy Scout Troop 35 of Rushville; BBQ grill & gear inventory for a cargo trailer.
$700 – Trinity Lutheran Church; family ministry puppet program.

2010 – 2nd Quarter
– Cheerful Home Childcare; physical development equipment for young children.
$800 – Quincy Art Center; Art Mentor Program for K-3.
$750 – Quincy Community Theatre; updates to hearing assistance system.
$710 – Jackson-Lincoln Swimming Complex; concession stand equipment & locks for lockers.
$650 – Clayton Fire District; concrete supplies for new addition.
$650 – Universy of Illinois Extension/Schuyler Co.; improvements to food stand at Schuyler Co. Fairgrounds.
$500 – The First Tee of Great River; SNAG (Starting New at Golf) equipment for schools, park district programs & youth groups.
$500 – American Cancer Society Relay for Life of Adams County; cancer research & education programs.
$500 – Quincy Senior High School; Positive Behavior Intervention and Supports (PBIS) program.
$500 – Adams Co. Firecrackers 4-H; “Meating the Need” program to benefit Community for Christ Assistance Center.
$500 – Adams/Brown 4-H Federation; upgrade 4-H & open goat barn at Adams Co. Fairgrounds.
$200 – Camp Point Co-op 4-H; flowers & shrubs for Camp Point Library.

2010 – 3rd Quarter
– Barry Food Pantry; food for needy families.
$300 – T.T.T. Society; books for students from low income families in Brown & Schuyler counties.
$500 – Chaddock School; high efficiency washer/dryer for the new cottage.
$700 – Two Rivers Resource Conservation and Development; playground equipment at Longlett Park in Camp Point.
$875 – Friends of CUSD #4; food for needy families.
$500 – Schuyler County Food Basket; food for needy families.
$700 – United Way of Adams County; upgrading the lighting fixtures at their new offices in Quincy.
$1,200 – Coatsburg Lions Club; first aid building at the Adams County Fairgrounds.
$850 – Quincy Junior High School; SMART interactive response system.
$500 – Blessed Sacrement Catholic School; books for a guided reading library.
$500 – Central Junior High School PBIS Team; implement and support the Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports initiative.
$600 – St. Dominic’s School; interactive Smart Board.
$750 – Rotary Club of Quincy; frozen turkeys for Salvation Army Christmas food baskets.
$500 – Gem City Detachment Marine Corps League; Toys for Tots program

2010 – 4th Quarter
– Salvation Army; Thanksgiving dinner for needy families.
$415 – Clayton Public Library District; doors for the library.
$750 – Big Brothers/Big Sisters of West Central IL; recruitment and background checks.
$1,200 – Quanada; computer server hardware for file sharing and security.
$1,000 – Community Foundation of the Quincy Area; online grant application software.
$800 – Two Rivers Resource Conservation and Development; playground equipment at Longlett Park in Camp Point.
$1,500 – Horizons Social Services; food for the soup kitchen and food pantry.
$1,500 – St. Brigid Church; kitchen renovations.
$1,000 – Retreat House of Ursa; paving parking lot and driveway.

If your group or organization is interested in obtaining a Penny Power Grant Application, contact our Marketing Department or call us at (800) 232-4797.

Adams Electric Cooperative
Mailing address: P.O. Box 247, Camp Point, IL 62320
Headquarters Location: 700 E. Wood St., Camp Point, IL
Phone: 217-593-7701 – Fax: 217-593-7120