Pictured (left to right) in this photograph are Amy Breeggemann-Bechel, President of the Elmwood Community Club, receiving the funds from Joanne Baier. Photo by Missy Hubbard-Roatch
Pictured (left to right) in this photograph are Amy Breeggemann-Bechel, President of the Elmwood Community Club, receiving the funds from Joanne Baier. Photo by Missy Hubbard-Roatch

Submitted by Joanne Baier

ELMWOOD, WI – Through the generous support of Thrivent Financial, and their "Live Generously" community support campaign, the Elmwood Area Community Club is the recipient of a $500 startup donation to help fund expenses for the 40th UFO Days celebration July 27-29, 2018.  

Thanks also to Jim and Joanne Baier for applying for the grant from Thrivent and to Thrivent's local representative, Joan Bartz of Glenwood City for helping to secure the "Live Generously" funds.  

According to the Thrivent website, this is some information about LiveGenerously.com: Helping you make a difference in your community - Livegenerously.com helps you find inspiration on how to amplify your impact on the causes and people you care about. Discover like-minded individuals and organizations. Learn from experts. Explore new ways to make your corner of the world a better a place.

Thrivent Financial’s unique approach to blending faith, finances and generosity has long helped our members thrive. But that's only part of our story. We also support programs that help build stronger families, churches and communities. We call it The Thrivent Way - Service. Community. Random Acts of Kindness.

Mark your calendars now to attend Elmwood’s 40th Annual UFO Days Celebration, Friday, July 27 through Sunday, July 29, 2018. It’s out of this world!