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Mid-Sioux receives donation

Thursday, December 31, 2009

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The Cherokee Chapter of Thrivent Financial for Lutherans has a long history of benevolent donations for causes within the county, but that may be coming to an end, as Thrivent has re-districted the Chapter into a new district, called Thrivent Community, which will be based out of the Sioux City office and encompass six counties in Northwest Iowa.

Monday marked the last official act of the Cherokee County Chapter of Thrivent Financial for Lutherans. The organization had $800 of community funds left for the year, and they decided to donate that amount to Mid-Sioux Opportunity, in the form of a grocery donation.

Pictured, left to right, are James Mayer,Sara Lively, representing Mid-Sioux, and Linda Grauer.

The Thrivent Board consists of James Mayer of Marcus, Linda Grauer of Cherokee, John Smith of Aurelia, Becky Letsche of Marcus and Mary Carnes of Quimby. Photo by Mike Leckband



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