The Henry County Community Foundation recently awarded grant of $1,000 to the Napoleon Lady Cats Softball Program to assist in the purchase of a softball pitching machine. “This grant was awarded to assist in the purchase of a new pitching machine to enhance the training of the Lady Cat Softball participants,” said Dusty Sonnenberg, Executive Director of the Henry County Community Foundation. “As back to back district participants in softball, the Lady Cat Softball program is continuing to grow, and this equipment will enhance the training for both the school program and summer recreation softball programs. The Lady Cats Softball program has never had a pitching machine to help train on the different variety of pitches.”
The Henry County Community Foundation was established in 1986. Since the formation, the Foundation has awarded over $175,000 in grants to the Henry County Community. The primary mission of the Henry County Community Foundation is to serve our local residents by providing a stable organization where donors can make charitable gifts and be confident that they will be managed to enrich the lives of those around us forever. The Foundation also serves as a resource of expertise for donors, charities, and other organizations.
Pictured is Kaye Wesche, President of the Henry County Community Foundation presenting a check to Kelsey Meyer, Napoleon High School Girls Softball Coach.