A helping hand from Cargill


Cargill employee John Bosco, of Troy, applies mortar to cinder blocks Tuesday, July 12, that will make up a new retaining wall at the Wilma Valentine Center. The project is to make the space outside of Wilma Valentine Childcare conducive and safe for the play of the children. Grant money was received from the Monarch Legacy Fund, the Right Hand Fund, the Community Foundation, and Cargill Cares to complete this project. Cargill drew up the plans for the project and has taken the lead. Cargill also donated the use of some of their employees for two days on the project. Crale Builders has also donated manpower to the project allowing two of their employees to assist on the project for one day.


Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News

Cargill employee John Bosco, of Troy, applies mortar to cinder blocks Tuesday, July 12, that will make up a new retaining wall at the Wilma Valentine Center. The project is to make the space outside of Wilma Valentine Childcare conducive and safe for the play of the children. Grant money was received from the Monarch Legacy Fund, the Right Hand Fund, the Community Foundation, and Cargill Cares to complete this project. Cargill drew up the plans for the project and has taken the lead. Cargill also donated the use of some of their employees for two days on the project. Crale Builders has also donated manpower to the project allowing two of their employees to assist on the project for one day.

Cargill employee John Bosco, of Troy, applies mortar to cinder blocks Tuesday, July 12, that will make up a new retaining wall at the Wilma Valentine Center. The project is to make the space outside of Wilma Valentine Childcare conducive and safe for the play of the children. Grant money was received from the Monarch Legacy Fund, the Right Hand Fund, the Community Foundation, and Cargill Cares to complete this project. Cargill drew up the plans for the project and has taken the lead. Cargill also donated the use of some of their employees for two days on the project. Crale Builders has also donated manpower to the project allowing two of their employees to assist on the project for one day.
http://sidneydailynews.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/07/web1_SDN071316Cargill-1.jpgCargill employee John Bosco, of Troy, applies mortar to cinder blocks Tuesday, July 12, that will make up a new retaining wall at the Wilma Valentine Center. The project is to make the space outside of Wilma Valentine Childcare conducive and safe for the play of the children. Grant money was received from the Monarch Legacy Fund, the Right Hand Fund, the Community Foundation, and Cargill Cares to complete this project. Cargill drew up the plans for the project and has taken the lead. Cargill also donated the use of some of their employees for two days on the project. Crale Builders has also donated manpower to the project allowing two of their employees to assist on the project for one day. Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News
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