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Pottawatomie County Facilities Authority Gives Seven Donations for School Projects


  • Dale Public Schools Superintendent Will Jones accepts a $6,500 check from Pottawatomie County Facilities Authority Trust Chairman Leonard Taron and Vice Chairman Tom Wilsie on Dec. 14.  Dale plans to use the funds for a new phone system.  Photo provided by Matt Stephens.

    Dale Public Schools Superintendent Will Jones accepts a $6,500 check from Pottawatomie County Facilities Authority Trust Chairman Leonard Taron and Vice Chairman Tom Wilsie on Dec. 14. Dale plans to use the funds for a new phone system. Photo provided by Matt Stephens.

  • North Rock Creek Superintendent Blake Moody accepts a $6,500 check from Pottawatomie County Facilities Authority Chairman Leonard Taron and Vice Chairman Tom Wilsie on Dec. 14.  The money will go towards playground equipment at the school's on-site faculty daycare, Cougar Care.  Photo provided by Matt Stephens.

    North Rock Creek Superintendent Blake Moody accepts a $6,500 check from Pottawatomie County Facilities Authority Chairman Leonard Taron and Vice Chairman Tom Wilsie on Dec. 14. The money will go towards playground equipment at the school’s on-site faculty daycare, Cougar Care. Photo provided by Matt Stephens.

  • On Dec. 14 at West Law Company in Shawnee, McLoud Superintendent Rhonda Hockenbury accepts a $6,500 check from Pottawatomie County Facilities Authority Chairman Leonard Taron and Vice Chairman Tom Wilsie to purchase microphones and speakers for McLoud High School plays.  Seven schools in the county were selected to receive funding for their projects.  Across the County & Sun/ Natasha Dunagan

    On Dec. 14 at West Law Company in Shawnee, McLoud Superintendent Rhonda Hockenbury accepts a $6,500 check from Pottawatomie County Facilities Authority Chairman Leonard Taron and Vice Chairman Tom Wilsie to purchase microphones and speakers for McLoud High School plays. Seven schools in the county were selected to receive funding for their projects. Across the County & Sun/ Natasha Dunagan

  • On Dec. 14, from left, Pottawatomie County Facilities Authority Vice Chairman Tom Wilsie and Pottawatomie County Facilities Authority Chairman Leonard Taron presented a $6,500 check to Superintendent Gordon Cooper Julie McCormick, Gordon Cooper Certified Health Program Coordinator Rusty Gilpin, Gordon Cooper EMS Lab/ Clinical Coordinator Lacie Smith, and Gordon Cooper EMS Instructor Curtis Rhodes.  The Gordon Cooper Technology Center will use the money to purchase new equipment for their EMS program.

    On Dec. 14, from left, Pottawatomie County Facilities Authority Vice Chairman Tom Wilsie and Pottawatomie County Facilities Authority Chairman Leonard Taron presented a $6,500 check to Superintendent Gordon Cooper Julie McCormick, Gordon Cooper Certified Health Program Coordinator Rusty Gilpin, Gordon Cooper EMS Lab/ Clinical Coordinator Lacie Smith, and Gordon Cooper EMS Instructor Curtis Rhodes. The Gordon Cooper Technology Center will use the money to purchase new equipment for their EMS program.

Dale Public Schools Superintendent Will Jones accepts a $6,500 check from Pottawatomie County Facilities Authority Trust Chairman Leonard Taron and Vice Chairman Tom Wilsie on Dec. 14. Dale plans to use the funds for a new phone system. Photo provided by Matt Stephens. On December 14 at West Law Company in Shawnee, Superintendent McLoud Rhonda Hockenbury accepts a $6,500 check from Pottawatomie…

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