New director, location
Cate Knipp has been named the new director of the Sandusky County Communities Foundation. Knipp brings more than 20 years of experience in the public sector.
The foundation also has a new office, located at 1247 Napoleon St. in Fremont.
Established in 1998 by members of the community, the foundation’s mission is to improve the quality of life for those who live and work in Sandusky County. The organization works to build a permanent endowment used to support a variety of charitable programs to address the current and emerging needs of local residents. Recent awards include the American Red Cross, Buckeye Council Campfire USA, Fremont Parks and Recreation, Goodwill Industries, Humane Society, Village of Lindsey, Memorial Hospital, Sandusky County Children Services and WSOS Community Action.
Donors may designate gifts through the foundation that benefit the community in areas such as education, social services, physical and mental health, natural resources, neighborhood and urban affairs, and the arts.
For more information, contact Knipp at 419-355-8911 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Summer Party benefits scholarships
Members of the Clay High School class of 1969 will hold a Summer Party to raise funds for a scholarship to be presented as a gift from the class.
The party will be held July 28 from 4 to 10 p.m. at Oak Shade Grove, near the clubhouse. Admission is $20 per person, payable at the door, which includes dinner and the opportunity to socialize with friends and classmates. A cash bar will be available.
All of the $20 ticket price will go to the scholarship fund. For information or reservations, contact Mike Searle at 419-481-2118 or email@example.com.
When John Nuckols, Bradner Road, read that the Lake Township trustees decided to not purchase two new grass trimmers for the township cemetery due to a tight budget, he decided to donate two new trimmers to the township.
He told the trustees he has relatives buried at the cemetery on Walbridge Road, including a son.