Ride to Provide, July 20, 2013
Fun Ride benefiting the Logan-Rogersville Chapter of Care To Learn, whose mission is to provide adequate Health, Hunger, and Hygiene support to SWMO.
There will be an 11-mile family fun ride, a 42-mile and a metric century (62 miles) route options, well-marked, with rest stops & SAG Support. Start and finish is at Logan-Rogersville High School (north on Hwy 125 from the intersection of Hwy 60 and Hwy 125).
Wildcat Gala 2013
Presenting Sponsor: Citizens Bank of Rogersville
Saturday, February 2, 2013
The night will include a silent and live auction, full dinner, presentation of grants and entertainment from Candy Coburn (country music singer, songwriter, producer and mother of two... from Rogersville, MO).
Welcome to Logan-Rogersville Educational Foundation!
To promote educational excellence in the Logan- Rogersville School System and community by generating financial resources from private funds to provide support for students, faculty and organizations.
News and Upcoming Events
Grant Funding Applications are due by October 31, 2012.
Click here for LREF Grant Funding Procedures and LREF Grant Funding Application 2012.
Thank you for using your Seymour Bank Wildcat Credit Card!
(Left to right) Will Young presenting Chris Ball with a check from Seymour Bank for $1,302. These are the proceeds (approximately 1 year) from the Seymour Bank Wildcat Credit Card. The funds will be deposited in the CFO LREF Capacity Building Fund.
Thank you Will Young and Seymour Bank!
Preserving the Past for the Future
Walk the halls at almost any local school district and you are bound to stumble upon a display of class composites.
That was true at Logan-Rogersville High School before the school moved into a new facility in 2005; composites lined the halls of the building that now serves as Logan-Rogersville Middle School. Click here for "Preserving the Past for Future LR Generations" brochure (pdf).
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We thought you might find the KSMU radio interview about the /Community Foundation of the Ozarks Rural Schools Partnership of interest! Here's the link: KSMU Radio Interview.
Paving the Way
Susan Aasby and Lisa Spragg will be embarking on a Wildcat Walkway Paver/Scholarship Endowment Campaign during the upcoming months. The Goal? To sell every paver on the Wildcat Walkway to establish scholarship endowments for graduating LR seniors!! More to come!! Click to download a form to set up your paver!