The first quarter of Penny Power grants have been approved by Adams Electric Cooperative. The Penny Power Committee distributed $7,242.33 to area organizations:
- St. Dominic School – $155.33 for classroom library books
- Baldwin West Cross Categorical Program – $300 for special education classroom’s iPad Mini
- Quincy Society of Fine Arts – $750 toward updating technology
- Living Faith United Methodist Church – $800 toward Southeastern CUSD #337 Backpack project
- Madonna House – $1,200 for Everyday Life Skills program
- Camp Point United Methodist Church – $1,000 for Snack Pack program
- Central Middle School – $937 for Redcat All-in-One Classroom Audio system
- Transitions of Western IL – $600 for iPads for developmentally disabled adults
- Central Jr./Sr. High School Information Resource Center – $500 for picture books and graphic novels
- Kiwanis Club of Quincy & Quincy Park Foundation – $1,000 for playground equipment
The next deadline for grant applications is Monday, April 6. For more information, contact Bill Stalder at (800) 232-4797.
Quincy Society of Fine Arts Executive Director Lenny Bart and Office Manager/Bookkeeper Stephanie Erwin accept a Penny Power grant for technology upgrades to better serve their 60 member organizations and patrons of the arts.