Board of Directors

The Post Rock Community Foundation is operated by a volunteer board made up of local members. Their collective dedication, knowledge, and passion for the Post Rock area are an important part of our service to the communities we serve. We serve communities in the USD 298 and USD 299 area including Barnard, Beverly, Denmark, Hunter, Lincoln, Lucas, Luray, Sylvan Grove & Vesper. Because we are a county wide organization, we strive to have representation on our board from different Post Rock communities.

Sandy Labertew, Chair- Sylvan Grove
Ladonna Reinert, Vice Chair- Lincoln
Kathy Heinze, Secretary- Luray
Marion “Skip” Florence- Lincoln
Lucille Heller- Hunter
Rev. D. Scot Kerns II- Lincoln, Westfall
Kally Keller- Hunter
Kay Mettlen- Lucas
Tim Meyer- Sylvan Grove
Jennifer O’Hare- Lincoln
Ruth Sorensen- Sylvan Grove
Rachel Stecklein- Sylvan Grove
Joe Biggs – Barnard
Dell Gier – Sylvan Grove
Ginger Langdon – Lucas

Recent News

PRCF Spring Grant Cycle Opens March 1

Post Rock Community Foundation will accept applications for spring grants beginning March 1, with applications due May 1. Over $60,000 in grants are available. The funds include $4,530 from the Healthy Living Fund and $55,905 in moneys from Dane G. Hansen Foundation.  Hansen funds are available for projects in Lincoln County only. The Healthy Living grants are available to the entire Post Rock service area, which includes all communities served by USD #298 and 299. All grants are awarded through a competitive grant application process. Grants are limited to projects and programs that address the following: Arts & Culture Community Beautification [...]

Clean-up Grant Deadline is March 1

The deadline to apply for Dane G. Hansen Community Clean-Up Grants is quickly approaching! Applications are due March 1, 2018. Clean-up grants are designed to assist with community beautification efforts, to eliminate the financial barrier to clean-up projects such as land fill fees and equipment rental, and to promote community pride and encourage volunteerism. Grants can be used for equipment rental, dumpster rental, landfill fees, paint or other consumable supplies, and for support of volunteers. Grants are not intended for the removal of unsafe structures or landscaping projects. Here are some simple, creative ideas that qualify for clean-up grants: Purchase of dumpsters to[...]