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Dollar match announced for 4-H club

The Chenoa City Park is shown earlier this month.

Chenoa’s Space Age Pioneers 4-H Club has received a boost in its tree planting initiatives in public park areas.

The local Prairie Lands Foundation has announced a dollar for dollar match of up to $1,000 in new donations made to the 4-H club toward their goal of reaching $5,000 for the tree planting.

Anyone interested in participating in the matching donation project should direct donations to: Venmo Fund @Rachel-Kridner, PayPal: or prepare a check made out to Space Age Pioneers and mail it to Rachel Kridner, 320 Weir Street, Chenoa, IL 61726.

For more information, e-mail or call 309-531-6682.

Prairie Lands Foundation is a non-profit corporation focused in the counties of Livingston, McLean and Ford and was organized to provide a tax exempt structure for charitable gifting for community projects along with developing public spaces, educational programs and the conservation, preservation and beatification of urban and rural areas.

The foundation is based in Fairbury with a mission to be an ongoing independent organization of volunteers dedicating to promoting charitable community projects by acting as a vehicle to attract and administer local gifting through long-term management.

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Scott LV
Scott LV
Mar 31, 2021

Chenoa’s Space Age Pioneers 4-H Club rocks the Park ! I will be making donation.

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