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Hardin County Emergency Squad receives $1,000 from HCCEF

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HCCEF’s Seeds For Success

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Ten $1,000 Seeds for Success grants are available for a one time gift of $10,000 or more per calendar year given […]

Alden Library purchases I-Pad

Grants lead to I-Pads, prep center area, Additions preclude Alden Library Patio Party

By Justin Ites
ites@iafalls.com

When former Alden Library Director Libby Caplan resigned from the post […]

Grants handed out by Hardin County Community Endowment Foundation

Grants handed out by Hardin County Community Endowment Foundation

By Joe Benedict

jbenedict@iafalls.com

The Hardin County Community Endowment Foundation held its annual awards on Thursday at the New […]

Big Green Adds to Arboretum’s Charm

With permission from www.timescitizen.com

Hubbard’s Best Kept Secret

Big Green adds to arboretum’s charm

 

By Justin Ites, ites@iafalls.com

For those familiar with the Hubbard community’s arboretum, a quick stroll […]

HCCEF Fall/Winter 2015 Newsletter

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2016 HCCEF Grant Applications Are Now Available

The Hardin County Community Endowment Foundation (HCCEF) announces that grant applications for the new grant cycle in 2016 year are now available. “Over $90,000 […]

South Hardin Middle School Receives Endowment

The Hardin County Community Endowment Foundation (HCCEF) has announced that a special endowment has been created for the South Hardin Middle School Fine Arts Department. Tam Elerding, […]

The Promise Academy at Quakerdale Dedicates Fitness Room

(New Providence, IA) – On April 23rd, The Promise Academy at Quakerdale dedicated its fitness room in Broer Center on their New Providence Campus.   This […]

HCCEF invests in Hardin County – today and tomorrow

Last week, a group of Hardin County residents who have become accustomed to working for the betterment of their community gathered at the Alden Legion to celebrate a milestone. It was the 10th annual […]

Learning about Entrepreneurship with Hardin County Fifth Graders 

Mid-March to early April 250 Hardin County fifth grade students will be learning the fundamental principles of entrepreneurship and how they could someday start a […]