The Cochrane-Fountain City Area Food Shelf
has received many wonderful donations this year that are greatly appreciated! Waumandee State Bank
is our latest Business of the Month with their donation along with cookies and milk for our volunteers! Waumandee State Bank presents a donation of $250.00 to the Linda Clark of the Cochrane-Fountain City Area Food Shelf at St John’s Church, along with food items collected at their branch office. Tremendous thank you goes out to our local bank for thinking of us! Pictured: Left to Right:Waumandee State Bank employee Vice President and Branch manager Heather Grotjahn presents a donation of $250.00 to the Linda Clark of the Cochrane-Fountain City Area Food Shelf at St John’s Church.
A big thank you to The Grove Golf Course
for thinking of the Cochrane-Fountain City Area Food Shelf
. They collected food during their 1st Annual Grove Gobbler Run/Walk Event! These donations are much appreciated.
A big thank you to Karla Patzner and the C-FC Parent Teacher Organization
for collecting food at the Holiday Craft Fair at school in December. These donations help the Cochrane-Fountain City Area Food Shelf
are are appreciated.
Eric Horstman from St Michael’s Lutheran Church
in Fountain City, just down the street, brought in a wonderful monetary donation and food items they had collected at their Brass Concert in December. We welcome these much needed items and cash to help us purchase more wanted items from our distributor in Eau Claire. Thank you St Michael’s!
In 1957 St. John’s Evangelical and Reformed Church became St. John’s United Church of Christ as a result of a merger. The denominations of the Congregational Christian Church, along with Evangelical and Reformed Church joined to form United Church of Christ. UCC is a distinct and diverse community of Christians that came together as one church. They joined faith and actions and currently are over 5,000 churches with nearly one million members across the U.S. The UCC serves God in the co-creation of a just and sustainable world. The UCC is a church of "firsts," a church of extravagant welcome, and a church where "…they may all be one".