2012 Penny Power Grants

In 2012, the Penny Power program supported:

2012 – 1st Quarter
$200 – Seymour Elementary School; printer for speech therapy room.
$250 – Quincy Public Library Foundation; audio-visual materials for math and science related kits.
$300 – Liberty School; books for Accelerated Reader program.
$1,000 – Rushville-Industry High School; laptop computers for the library.
$500 – Schuyler County Food Basket; help feed needy families.
$1,000 – Central High School; iPads.
$500 – Brown County High School Sting Squad; goal posts at Hornet Field.
$875 – Cheerful Home Childcare; musical instruments for music/movement program.
$200 – Muddy River Opera Company; transporting students to performances of “Jack and the Beanstalk” at JWCC.
$300 – Seymour Elementary School; Elmo projection device.
$1,511 – Golden Historical Society; stage lighting for the lower banquet hall

2012 – 2nd Quarter
$150
– Schuyler County Relay for Life; cancer research, relay expenses.
$100 – Midsummer Arts Faire; reusable metal water bottles for artists.
$300 – Starburst 4-H Club; Chow for Children program.
$200 – Liberty Elementary School; Response to Intervention (RTI) program.
$100 – Muddy River Opera Company; Dr. Seuss book giveaway.
$200 – Faith Lutheran Church; clothing racks.
$200 – Adams County Relay for Life; cancer research, relay expenses.
$250 – T.T.T. Society; books for low income students.
$430 – Washington School; iPad 2 for special education classroom.
$1,250 – Seymour Elementary School; Smart Board.
$750 – Monroe Elementary School; Elmo and projector.
$400 – St. Rose of Lima Catholic Church; stained glass window restoration.
$750 – St. Mary School; Kindle Fires.
$350 – Lutheran Child and Family Services of Illinois; training materials and literature related to counseling and workshop topics.
$750 – Payson Band Boosters; band uniforms.
$1,000 – Ellington School; interactive white board system.
$150 – Adams County Firecrackers 4-H Club; “Meating the Need” program.
$2,000 – Adams County Sheriff’s Dept.; Boat Patrol Unit.
$625 – Central Panther Baseball; dugouts.
$250 – The Quincy Museum; summer programming.
$400 – People Loving Active Youth (P.L.A.Y.); improvements at Scripps Park Pool.
$300 – Friends of CUSD #4; back-to-school supplies.

2012 – 3rd Quarter
$200 – Seymour High School; stand mixer.
$150 – Seymour High School; Apple TV.
$200 – Seymour High School; skeleton.
$150 – Seymour High School; digital camera.
$400 – Seymour Elementary School; laptop for special education department.
$200 – Baldwin South School; summer reading program.
$650 – Baldwin South School; “Books and Boys” program.
$150 – St. Dominic School: technology in education project books.
$300 – St. Dominic School; iPad.
$300 – Lions of Adams County; flag pole project at Adams County Fairgrounds.
$750 – Monroe Elementary School; Elmo and projector.
$1,000 – Schuyler-Industry Unit District #5; vision screener and audiometer.
$700 – Horizons Social Services of Adams County; support for food kitchen and food pantry.
$200 – Barry Food Pantry; food for the needy.
$800 – Cheerful Home Child Care; room divider for infant room.
$500 -Washington School; “One School, One Book” program.
$350 – Quincy Art Center; Art Mentor program.
$1,000 – Schuyler County Health Foundation; low-income dental clinic.
$500 – The Salvation Army; Kroc Center field trips.
$400 – Youth & Family Ministry/Immanuel & Trinity Lutheran Churches; kids club program.

2012 – 4th Quarter

$100 – Seymour High School; food prep equipment for Family and Food Science Department
$500 – Washington School; parenting training program
$550 – Seymour Elementary School; iPad, apps, and accessories
$750 – Rotary Club of Quincy; holiday turkey giveaway program
$625 – Community for Christ Assistance Center; Back to School Fair for Central School District
$500 – Adams County Fair Association; lighting and wiring upgrades for the show barn
$1,500 – Adams County Farm Bureau Foundation; Ag Literacy kits
$1,200 – Friends of the Park; roof on the main shelter house at Clark Park in Mt. Sterling
$650 – Central Panther Baseball; improvements to baseball field at Central High School
$700 – Village of Golden; computers and software for village office
$500 – Liberty Pre-K Program; developmental screening kit for pre-schoolers

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