Dow Corning Foundation Donor Advised Fund Grant Presentations

Dow Corning Foundation Donor Advised Fund Grant Presentations

Three local schools have recently benefited from the Dow Corning Foundation Donor Advised Fund of Central Kentucky Community Foundation.

Elizabethtown High School was awarded a $4,000 grant for their Network Engineers program, Hodgenville Elementary School was awarded $1,300 for school supplies and Larue County High School received $1,000 for their Dual Credit Anatomy Lab Supplies.

The Dow Corning Fund was established as a way to support the communities in which Dow Corning operates. One area of focus is to help schools enhance their science, technology, engineering and mathematics education programs.

Elizabethtown High School

Pictured are students of the Network Engineers program with teacher Michele Deon along with Dow Chemical employees Corey Bryant, Nancy McCoy and Sean Clinning and Davette B. Swiney with Central Kentucky Community Foundation.

Hodgenville Elementary School

Pictured is Melissa Pearman with Hodgenville Elementary School along with Dow Chemical employees Corey Bryant and Nancy McCoy and Davette B. Sweeny with Central Kentucky Community Foundation.

LaRue County High School

Pictured are LaRue County High School Dual Credit Anatomy Lab teacher Amy Litton, Principal Denise Skaggs and Vice Principal Chris Price along with Dow Chemical employees Corey Bryant and Nancy McCoy and Davette B. Swiney with Central Kentucky Community Foundation.

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