Monday, January 18, 2016

Get Off Your Butt -- Attend Dorchester Foundation Meeting Tuesday Night, 7 PM

You say you want Dorchester to thrive.  You say you want improvements made to the community.  You say you care.

Well then, it's time to get off your butt and be part of the Dorchester Community Foundation, which is meeting this Tuesday, January 19, at 7 p.m. at the Dorchester Community Building.

You don't have to be a resident of Dorchester to attend; you simply have to care about the town and its future.

A non-profit organization, the Dorchester Community Foundation has been instrumental in various projects around town.  These include the city park's new playground equipment and picnic shelter; annual scholarships; the Charlie Havlat Memorial at the Saline County Museum; and the popular steak and chicken/hamburger feeds. 

The Foundation's most recent projects are the new welcome sign along Highway 33, as well as the welcome signs on the village light poles.

For more information about Monday's meeting, or how to contribute to the Foundation, contact chairman Dale Hayek at 402-641-4075 or

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