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    Your interest, and willingness to contribute to the Estherville Community Schools can enrich the schools immeasurably. Private contributions are needed to maintain and insure the level of educational excellence which the residents, alumni and other interested individuals of the Estherville Lincoln Central School District have come to expect ... the key to success!

    There are a number of methods you can use to contribute to the Foundation.

    • Cash, Securities, Real Estate or Personal Property
    • Bequests, Estates
    • Life Insurance Agreements
    • Living Trusts
    • Life Income Contracts
    • Testamentary Trusts
    • Gifts - Class Reunions, Service Organizations and Businesses
    • Grants/Awards - Corporations, Foundations, Government Agencies

    The Foundation will manage your contribution and insure that it will be used as intended. You may designate a specific area for your gift or you may give for an undesignated purpose.

    Undesignated gifts are encouraged. They allow the principal to grow, while only the accumulated interest is used for highest priority needs.


    Memorial Contributions (January - December 2014):
    Keith & Bernadette Duitsman   in memory of Sonny Roberts
    David Howard, LPA in memory of Joyce Peton
    Mark & Paula Henry in memory of Norman Christensen
    Mark & Paula Henry in memory of Ellen Johnson
    Bob & Sharon Gordon in memory of Ellen Johnson
    David Howard, LPA in memory of Dennis Petersen
    Keith & Bernadette Duitsman in memory of Ardis Guge
    Keith & Bernadette Duitsman in memory of Dee McDonald
    Mark & Paula Henry  in memory of Ardis Guge
    Mark & Paula Henry in memory of Ken Fillenwarth
    Mary & Paula Henry  in memory of Lucille Lyon
    Craig Baker & Lisa Dreeszen in memory of Ellen Johnson
    Mark & Paula Henry in memory of Doris Wycoff
    Steve & Rosalyn Olson in memory of Ellen Johnson
    Jan Greig in memory of Ann Scott
    Norma Beaver in memory of Dale Juhl
    Grace Spalding in memory of Dee McDonald
    Shirley Limberg in memory of Ben Haigh