February 15th, 2019

Lancaster Community Fund Announces Spring 2019 Grant Cycle

The Lancaster Community Fund is accepting grant applications for the 2019 spring grant cycle. Deadline for receipt of applications is Wednesday, May 1.

Joe Krantz, chair of the Lancaster Community Fund advisory board noted, “Funding during this grant cycle is available from the Lancaster Community Fund Endowment, the Merlet Family Community Endowment, the Gillilan Family […]

February 5th, 2019


Larry and Mary Faith Argall recently celebrated their 65th wedding anniversary and their 85th birthdays. Both were born and raised in the Mineral Point area and graduated from Mineral Point High School. All nine of their children also graduated from Mineral Point High School. Their children (pictured) include: Lori Pittz (Tony) and Scott (Jen) of […]

February 5th, 2019

Platteville Community Fund Announces Spring Grants Cycle

Annually in the spring, the advisory board of the Platteville Community Fund is honored to organize the process for the distribution of funds available from legacy gifts designated for Platteville from the estates of Clarence Gribble, Elinore Loveland, Margaret Keizer and Robert & Marjorie Hartshorn. Perhaps you or members of your family knew one or […]

January 28th, 2019

Nominations Invited for 2019 Crawford County Leadership Awards

Nominations are invited for the 9th Annual Crawford County Leadership Awards. Sponsored by the Crawford County Community Fund, the program recognizes individuals, organizations or businesses that have helped make Crawford County a better place to live, work and play. Anyone may make a nomination; self-nominations are welcome.

Nominees are requested in the following categories:

January 23rd, 2019

Grants Available from Don Hawkins Community Oak Savanna Endowment

The Mineral Point Excellence in Education Advisory Board, an affiliate of the Community Foundation of Southern Wisconsin, is excited to announce that grant monies are available for projects in the 5-acre “Don Hawkins Community Oak Savanna” and the 20-acre tall-grass prairie located on the grounds of the Mineral Point Schools.

3rd graders – spring […]