Filling in the Gap

Local Service Clubs make dontation to bus

Local Service Clubs make dontation to bus

Four of New Ulm’s service clubs recently helped narrow the gap to the fund-raising goal for a handicapped-accessible van for Oak Hills Living Center. Pictured presenting checks to (on the right) Candace Schouveillier, Oak Hills Administrator and Dan Drugan, Co-Chair of the Oak Hills Memorial Foundation Board are, (l to r) Jeff Dittrich, President, New Ulm Rotary Club, $1,440; Diane Stolt, Sertoma Club, $1,500; Rita Rohlik, Kiwanis Club, $100; New Ulm Lions Club members, John Micheel, Treasurer, Bob Schirlinger, President and Wil Burdorf, Spring Raffle Coordinator, $2,000; for a collective total of $5,040.   Other recent donations include those from Bill and Carol Koeckeritz, Bruce Fenske, Jeff and Lisa Gulden, Harold and Maxine Remme, John and Patricia Heymann, Shirley A. Wendinger, Clem and Rhony Hoffman, and Tom Groebner, bringing the total raised to $33,205 of the total target goal of $35,000. All funds raised will go toward the purchase of the 2004 13-passenger van, putting the Oak Hills logo on it, insurance, and the rest designated for operating costs.   Donations can be sent to Oak Hills Memorial Foundation, Attn: Wendy Hagberg, 1314 – 8th Street North,New Ulm, MN.

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