ISSB, Donation towards Capital Campaign

ISSB Donates $75,000 to Union County Fair

Iowa State Savings Bank has announced the bank will be donating $75,000.00 over a five-year period to the Union County Fair. ISSB is a lead sponsor of the Fair’s “Building on Tradition” Capital Campaign. Their donation will help enhance the fairgrounds and provide modern facilities to promote youth development and create educational, social, cultural and economic opportunities for Union County. As a leading sponsor, the new show pavilion will be called the Iowa State Savings Bank Show Pavilion.

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FNB, Conover Donation

FNB, Conovers donate $75K toward Union County Fairground project

AFTON May 9th— The Union County Fair Board received more good news this week.

On Monday, First National Bank and the Conover family donated $75,000 toward the board’s “Building on Tradition” capital campaign to upgrade facilities at the Union County Fairgrounds in Afton. This money will be given to the project over a 5-year period.

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Friends of 4-H Donation

The Union County Fairgrounds fundraising effort received a big boost last week when the Union County Friends of 4-H Inc. announced a pledge of $30,000 toward the “Building on Tradition” project.

“Building on Tradition” is the fundraising campaign launched Feb. 1 to raise $1.5 million for a renovation project on the Union County Fairgrounds in Afton.