2017 Penny Power Grants

2017 – 1st Quarter

$298 – Central Elementary School; interactive books
$549 – Madison Elementary School; Great Habits/Great Readers kits
$700 – Madonna House; mobile food pantry
$500 – Quincy Family YMCA; Strength for Survivors program
$550 – Schuyler County Humane Society; toward cost of security light for facility
$500 – Lutheran Church of St. John; utility carts for food pantry
$550 – Quincy Hospitality House; full view storm door
$800 – Cheerful Home; toddler buggy
$700 – Seymour High School; 24-slot charging station
$500 – Transitions of Western IL; video surveillance system

2017 – 2nd Quarter

$750 – City of Mt. Sterling; AEDs for squad cars
$515 – Seymour Elementary School; iPad
$450 – Seymour Elementary School; ten Chrome books
$277 – Liberty Junior High School; trade books for Cross-Categorical Science class
$450 – Clayton Public Library; refrigerator for summer reading activities
$400 – JWCC Foundation; supplies for JDUB Academy
$430 – Quincy Junior High School; set of novels for 6th grade Language Arts students
$350 – Quincy Junior High School; supplies for students with emotional disabilities
$300 – West Central IL Special Education Coop; sensory equipment for special needs students
$415 – Schuyler Counseling and Health Services; educational materials
$200 – Community for Christ Assistance Center; Central Adams Firecrackers 4-H “Meating” the Need project
$350 – St. Mary School; wobble chairs
$350 – Transitions of Western IL; extra-large wheelchair
$135 – Immanuel & Trinity Lutheran Churches; Mega Sports Camp curriculum
$400 – Immanuel & Trinity Lutheran Churches; Immanuel’s Kid’s Club
$300 – T.T.T. Society; books for needy families
$200 – St. Dominic School; 25 copies of the novel, Taking Liberty
$250 – Liberty Elementary School; Back to School/Curriculum night
$325 – Southeastern High School; books for reading program
$500 – Schuyler County Senior Citizens; new tires for van
$240 – Quincy Art Center; art supplies for summer art program
$100 – Midsummer Arts Faire (Q-fest); reusable aluminum water bottles
$350 – Illinois Veterans Home; planting and upkeep of memorial gardens
$450 – Monroe Elementary School; two refurbished iPads
$350 – Monroe Elementary School; Text Talk for second grade classroom
$500 – Clayton Fire Protection District; technology upgrades at firehouse
$300 – Central Middle School; flexible seating for classroom
$700 – Seymour High School; 24-slot Chrome book charging station
$500 – Seymour High School; embroidery/sewing machine
$525 – Living Faith United Methodist Church; backpack project
$350 – Liberty Education Foundation; Eagle Scout service project
$300 – Early Childhood & Family Center; mathematic manipulatives
$500 – Mental Health Centers of Western IL; equipment for developmental training program

2017 – 3rd Quarter

$350 – St. James Evangelical Lutheran Church; Eagle Scout flag pole project completed by Alex Harbin
$500 – Mid-America Military Salute; annual event honoring veterans
$850 – Village of Mendon Veterans Memorial Committee; memorial honoring veterans
$250 – Adams County 4-H Foundation; startup supplies
$700 – Little Panther Athletics; upgrading south ball diamond at Bailey Park in Camp Point
$400 – Barry Food Pantry; food for needy families
$650 – Community for Christ Assistance Center; CUSD#3 Back to School Fair
$500 – Arts Quincy; Instant Arts classroom funds benefitting rural schools
$371 – Southeastern Elementary School; reading program
$550 – St. Peter School; play kitchen for preschool program
$500 – Harvest Hills Retirement Center; tower garden
$150 – Liberty Elementary School; books for 4th grade classroom
$600 – Adams County Farm Bureau Foundation; Ag in the Classroom program
$400 – Adams School K-3 Special Education classroom; educational field trips
$488 – Payson-Seymour Junior High School; novels for junior high students
$500 – Friends of the Mt. Sterling Parks; new roof for shelter house
$500 – St. Francis Solanus School; robotics program

2017 – 4th Quarter

$200 – Early Childhood Center; local author visit and autographed books
$300 – Early Childhood Center; props for dramatic play project
$150 – Payson-Seymour Elementary School; subscription to Music Express magazine
$450 – Payson-Seymour Elementary School; Chromebooks and licensing
$750 – Golden Lions Club; flags and flag poles for veterans’ memorial
$200 – St. Dominic School; expenses for volunteering at Hospital Sisters Mission Outreach
$150 – St. Mary School; shopping cart and grocery related developmental toys
$175 – Lincoln-Douglas Elementary School; parachute
$500 – Lincoln-Douglas Elementary School; refurbished iPads and online reading program
$550 – Madonna House; outreach services for unsheltered homeless people
$300 – Central Jr/Sr High School IRC; books for library
$150 – Washington School (Rushville); Quick Dams
$475 – St. Peter’s School; LightSpeed Soundfield system
$200 – Payson-Seymour High School; teacher’s only digital Spanish textbook
$250 – Payson-Seymour High School; Chromebook Flip
$700 – Horizons Social Services; recertified AED
$400 – The HUB-Arts and Cultural Center; books and blocks for reading area
$400 – Greater West Central Library District; Story Time supplies for programs in Augusta, Bowen, Golden, and Plymouth libraries
$300 – Brown County Quail Forever; 3-D archery target program for youth
$500 – Transitions of Western IL; CPR training manikins and related supplies
$200 – Community for Christ Assistance Center; display signs and brackets for clothing racks
$300 – Kid’s Club; after school program
$550 – Central Elementary/Middle School PTO; storage for backpacks and jackets
$500 – Brown County Public Library District; Dot n’ Dash robot systems
$500 – Sunset Home; mattresses for residents

(Penny Power has contributed $423,553.31 to date to the local community.)

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