10 years after his death Boyceville farmer still supporting his community

The Community Foundation Board of Directors will be meeting on March 18th to consider this year’s biannual distribution of the Common Good Fund’s earnings. This year the Board has over $100,000 in grant requests for funding aimed at projects and charities working to address a wide range of issues affecting Dunn County.  The Board has the challenging task of choosing which will receive funding this grant cycle. They current have finances for about half of the projects. Without Clarence Heckle they would have far less.

Clarence Heckel was a Boyceville farmer who became one of Dunn County’s more prolific philanthropists.

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