Harry A. Miller

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In 2008, the Dunn County Historical Society applied and received a grant through the Community Foundation to create the Harry A. Miller exhibit at their facility located at Wakanda Park in Menomonie. The Historical Society wanted to create this exhibit to honor the self-taught machinist from Menomonie whose mechanical genius paved the way for streamline race car driving. Harry Miller was an eng...
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Foundation announces 1st Annual Meeting

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Wondering what the Community Foundation is up to? Please join us for our 1st ever Annual Meeting. We will share our 2014 Annual Report and a brief overview of our financials, grants, investment returns and projects. Our Featured Speaker is UW-Stout Chancellor Boy Meyer This event is free and open to the public. Refreshments will be served. See our website for more information. Thursday April...
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3D printer prepares students to become industry professionals : Dunn County News

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3D printer prepares students to become industry professionals : Dunn County News. Today’s children are the industry leaders of tomorrow and access to technology is becoming a critical component of preparing children to succeed during school and in their future careers. Read about how Donor Advised Fund Holder Marilyn Fanetti is creating change one child at a time.
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