Adults (L to R): Modern Woodmen Representative Mark Simmons, Tennis Parent Kerry Herdes, Modern Woodmen Representative John Stephenson, Coach Dirk Anderson, Modern Woodmen Managing Partner Jim Reincke. Students (L to R): Ryan Cape, Kashev Kumar, Carter Smith, Zack Shilling, Reese Rubin, Connor Stephenson, Bryton Herdes, Patrick Wilson, Parker Reincke, Kyle Rakers, Sage Glasgow, Travis Bowerman, Dalyn Opolony, Joseph Partain.
1st Row, from left to right: John Stephenson, Ashlan Stephenson, Patty Hapeman, Carolyn Holsapple, Jed Casburn, Tracey Garden, Jane Wayer, Angie Diss, Pam Raymer Back Row: Jim Reincke, Jim Wheeler, Matt Huelskoetter, David St. Pierre, Mike Lund, Tony O’Brien.
Modern Woodmen Donate to Community Center, Tennis CourtsTwo Separate Checks were presented by Modern Woodmen of America to community organizations this month.
Last Friday, Modern Woodmen members presented $1,000 to the Salem Community Center in order to assist with the installation and upgrading of emergency lights and fire extinguishers at the Center. The Center has been in need of funds to install the lights and fire extinguishers, a project that is expected to cost about $2,500.
On Monday, Modern Woodmen members presented a $500 check to members of the Salem High School Boys Tennis Team in order to update the tennis courts at Bryan Memorial Park.
The projects were part of the organizations Good Neighbors program, which donates funds to various community projects.
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