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State Farm Tim Reed donation

Local Businesses Donate to Mustang Way Park Campaign

INDEPENDENCE – A committee recently launched a new fundraising campaign, through the Mustang Foundation, Inc. to help fund enhancements to Mustang Way Park, the home of Independence baseball and softball.  The fundraising committee is securing private donations, in-kind gifts, and other non-cash assets to cover the costs of various improvements.

The campaign recently received donations from several local businesses, including a $750 donation from Gosling and Co. and a $2,500 donation from State Farm – Tim Reed. To date, the committee has raised over $87,000!

Gosling and Co donation
Coaches accept a $750 donation from Gosling and Co.
State Farm Tim Reed donation
Left to right: Head Baseball Coach Matt Miller, Shelly Reed, Tim Reed, Head Softball Coach Jordon Pilcher, and Committee Member Dewey Hupke.

 

Mustang Way Park is already a state-of-the-art baseball and softball facility. Due to increased attendance and use of the facilities in recent years, the fundraising committee is looking to add additional spectator seating, sun screens, batting cages, and a larger utility shed. Signage will also be added to display team and individual records and accomplishments.

If you are interested in making a donation to the campaign, please contact baseball Coach Matt Miller, softball Coach Jordon Pilcher, or Dewey Hupke.

The Mustang Foundation, Inc. is organized exclusively for the charitable, educational, and scientific purposes which benefit or support extra curricular activities of the Independence Community School District. A 13 person board appointed in staggered terms by the Independence Community School District Board governs the Foundation. Questions regarding the Foundation can be directed to board member and Treasurer Rob Robinson at 319-334-7181 or rob.robinson@bankiowa.com.

NSB donates to Mustang Way Park campaign

Northeast Security Bank Donates to Mustang Way Park Campaign

INDEPENDENCE – A committee recently launched a new fundraising campaign, through the Mustang Foundation, Inc. to help fund enhancements to Mustang Way Park, the home of Independence baseball and softball.  The fundraising committee is securing private donations, in-kind gifts, and other non-cash assets to cover the costs of various improvements.

The campaign recently received a $1,000 donation from Northeast Security Bank. If the $100,000 fundraising goal is met, the project will be completed in Spring 2021.To date, the committee has raised over $79,000!

NSB donates to Mustang Way Park campaign
Left to Right: Head baseball coach Matt Miller, Brian Meyer, NSB Market President, Assistant Softball Coach Mackenzie Hupke, and Committee Member Dewey Hupke.

Mustang Way Park is already a state-of-the-art baseball and softball facility. Due to increased attendance and use of the facilities in recent years, the fundraising committee is looking to add additional spectator seating, sun screens, batting cages, and a larger utility shed. Signage will also be added to display team and individual records and accomplishments.

If you are interested in making a donation to the campaign, please contact baseball Coach Matt Miller, softball Coach Jordon Pilcher, or Dewey Hupke.

The Mustang Foundation, Inc. is organized exclusively for the charitable, educational, and scientific purposes which benefit or support extra curricular activities of the Independence Community School District. A 13 person board appointed in staggered terms by the Independence Community School District Board governs the Foundation. Questions regarding the Foundation can be directed to board member and Treasurer Rob Robinson at 319-334-7181 or rob.robinson@bankiowa.com.

Precision Plumbing donates to Mustang Way Park Campaign

Precision Plumbing Donates to Mustang Way Park Campaign

INDEPENDENCE – A committee recently launched a new fundraising campaign, through the Mustang Foundation, Inc. to help fund enhancements to Mustang Way Park, the home of Independence baseball and softball.  The fundraising committee is securing private donations, in-kind gifts, and other non-cash assets to cover the costs of various improvements.

The campaign recently received a $1,000 donation from Precision Plumbing. If the $100,000 fundraising goal is met, the project will be completed in Spring 2021. To date, the committee has raised over $78,000!

Precision Plumbing donates to Mustang Way Park Campaign
Left to Right: Head baseball coach Matt Miller, Jared Donnelly, Remington Scott and Committee Member Dewey Hupke.

Mustang Way Park is already a state-of-the-art baseball and softball facility. Due to increased attendance and use of the facilities in recent years, the fundraising committee is looking to add additional spectator seating, sun screens, batting cages, and a larger utility shed. Signage will also be added to display team and individual records and accomplishments.

If you are interested in making a donation to the campaign, please contact baseball Coach Matt Miller, softball Coach Jordon Pilcher, or Dewey Hupke.

The Mustang Foundation, Inc. is organized exclusively for the charitable, educational, and scientific purposes which benefit or support extra curricular activities of the Independence Community School District. A 13 person board appointed in staggered terms by the Independence Community School District Board governs the Foundation. Questions regarding the Foundation can be directed to board member and Treasurer Rob Robinson at 319-334-7181 or rob.robinson@bankiowa.com.

Ryan Pharmacy donates to Mustang Way Park campaign

Local Businesses Donate to Mustang Way Park Campaign

Boubin Tire and Automotive donates to Mustang Way Park campaign
Committee Member Dewey Hupke, Angie Boubin and Dan Hosch of Boubin Tire and Automotive, and Head Softball Coach Jordon Pilcher, and Head Baseball Coach Matt Miller.
Roberts and Eddy donates to Mustang Way Park campaign
Left to Right: Head Baseball Coach Matt Miller, Roberts & Eddy, P.C. Shareholders Brian Eddy and Daryl Roberts, Head Softball Coach Jordon Pilcher, and Committee Member Dewey Hupke.
Ryan Pharmacy donates to Mustang Way Park campaign
Employees of Ryan Pharmacy and owner Kerry Ryan along with Head Baseball Coach Matt Miller, Head Softball Coach Jordon Pilcher, and Committee Member Dewey Hupke.

 

 

 

INDEPENDENCE – A committee recently launched a new fundraising campaign, through the Mustang Foundation, Inc. to help fund enhancements to Mustang Way Park, the home of Independence baseball and softball.  The fundraising committee is securing private donations, in-kind gifts, and other non-cash assets to cover the costs of various improvements.

The campaign recently received donations from several local businesses, including a $5,000 donation from Roberts & Eddy, P.C., a $1,000 donation from Ryan Pharmacy, and a $1,000 donation from Boubin Tire and Automotive. To date, the committee has raised just over $70,000!

Mustang Way Park is already a state-of-the-art baseball and softball facility. Due to increased attendance and use of the facilities in recent years, the fundraising committee is looking to add additional spectator seating, sun screens, batting cages, and a larger utility shed. Signage will also be added to display team and individual records and accomplishments.

If you are interested in making a donation to the campaign, please contact baseball Coach Matt Miller, softball Coach Jordon Pilcher, or Dewey Hupke.

The Mustang Foundation, Inc. is organized exclusively for the charitable, educational, and scientific purposes which benefit or support extra curricular activities of the Independence Community School District. A 13 person board appointed in staggered terms by the Independence  Community School District Board governs the Foundation. Questions regarding the Foundation can be directed to board member and Treasurer Rob Robinson at 319-334-7181 or rob.robinson@bankiowa.com.

Cy and Charleys presents check donation to Mustang Way Park campaign

Cy & Charley’s Donates to Mustang Way Park Campaign

INDEPENDENCE – A committee recently launched a new fundraising campaign, through the Mustang Foundation, Inc. to help fund enhancements to Mustang Way Park, the home of Independence baseball and softball.  The fundraising committee is securing private donations, in-kind gifts, and other non-cash assets to cover the costs of various improvements.

Mustang Way Park is already a state-of-the-art baseball and softball facility. Due to increased attendance and use of the facilities in recent years, the fundraising committee is looking to add additional spectator seating, sun screens, batting cages, and a larger utility shed. Signage will also be added to display team and individual records and accomplishments. 

If you are interested in making a donation to the campaign, please contact baseball Coach Matt Miller, softball Coach Jordon Pilcher, or Dewey Hupke.

The Mustang Foundation, Inc. is organized exclusively for the charitable, educational, and scientific purposes which benefit or support extra curricular activities of the Independence Community School District. A 13 person board appointed in staggered terms by the Independence Community School District Board governs the Foundation. Questions regarding the Foundation can be directed to board member and Treasurer Rob Robinson at 319-334-7181 or rob.robinson@bankiowa.com.

Assistant principal Dewey Hupke and head baseball coach Matt Miller accept a check for $2500.00 from Lisa and Scott Soifer of Soifer McDonald’s. The Soifer’s are supporting a project to improve batting cages, storage and seating opportunities at Mustang Way Park.

McDonalds Donates to Mustang Way Park Campaign

INDEPENDENCE – A committee recently launched a new fundraising campaign, through the Mustang Foundation, Inc. to help fund enhancements to Mustang Way Park, the home of Independence baseball and softball.  The fundraising committee is securing private donations, in-kind gifts, and other non-cash assets to cover the costs of various improvements.

The local McDonald’s, owned by Scott Soifer and Lisa Soifer, recently donated $2,500 to this project.  If the $100,000 fundraising goal is met, these projects will be completed by spring of 2021.  To date, the committee has raised just over $40,000!

Mustang Way Park is already a state-of-the-art baseball and softball facility. Due to increased attendance and use of the facilities in recent years, the fundraising committee is looking to add additional spectator seating, sun screens, batting cages, and a larger utility shed. Signage will also be added to display team and individual records and accomplishments.

If you are interested in making a donation to the campaign, please contact baseball Coach Matt Miller, softball Coach Jordon Pilcher, or Dewey Hupke.

The Mustang Foundation, Inc. is organized exclusively for the charitable, educational, and scientific purposes which benefit or support extra curricular activities of the Independence Community School District. A 13 person board appointed in staggered terms by the Independence Community School District Board governs the Foundation. Questions regarding the Foundation can be directed to board member and Treasurer Rob Robinson at 319-334-7181 or rob.robinson@bankiowa.com.