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Carrie Hermanson, co-chair Denise Peters-Kauihou, co-chair Traci Rogers, vice chair Junann Heinen Cheryl Peterson
At left, Kawana Smith and her mentor, Shirley Van Horn, director of the House of Mercy. Through a grant from the Women’s Fund to the House of Mercy, Kawana, received the support that has allowed her to find housing, attend UW- Rock County and work towards a family- supporting job.
to donate to a fund in Rock or Walworth county On
lin: Visit the Community Foundation of Southern Wisconsin website, www.cfsw.org
. Click on the
“Donate Online” form on the home page to make a secure, credit card donation. By ma
il: For any of the funds in Rock or Walworth counties, send a check addressed to the name of the
fund, c/o Community Foundation of Southern Wisconsin, 26 S. Jackson St., Janesville, WI 53548. Questions? Call 608-758-0883.
Scholarship Effort Produces First Hire (continued from page 1)
Early major donors to the JMTOS program include Cullen, Rock Road Companies, JPC Foundation, W.W. Grainger, the Alfred P. Diotte Educational Fund, and Janesville philanthropists Quint and Rishy Studer. Over the past four years the JMTOS program has received donations of all sizes from many community members.
Daniel Jackson with students at Edison Middle School. now teaches at-risk students at Edison Middle School.
“My hope has always been for the graduates of the program to become ambassadors of the School District of Janesville,” said Cullen. “This is not only a program to help students of color; the creation of the multi- cultural scholarship was to give all students positive role models and quality teachers.”
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A 2003 graduate of Parker High School where he excelled in academics and wrestling, Jackson
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