Clown Band contributes to The Boot, to secure MCC band room.

October 29, 2015
Jim Lindenau, president of the Clown Band, right (also a MCSO deputy) hands a check to Sheriff Cole.

Jim Lindenau, president of the Clown Band, right (also a MCSO deputy) hands a check to Sheriff Cole.

SCOTTVILLE — The Scottville Clown Band recently donated $500 to the fundraising campaign to raise money to secure classroom doors in Mason County. The donation will purchase The Boot security devices for the interior doors of the band rooms at Mason County Central high school and middle school.

“On behalf of the Clown Band, I would like to challenge other local organizations to help raise funds for this project,” said Jim Lindenau, president of the Clown Band. “The Clown Band chose to donate to MCC because Scottville is our home base and we also utilize the band rooms for our rehearsals. Our organization and the local schools have had a long relationship going back almost 70 years.”

Lindenau (who is also a Mason County Sheriff’s Office deputy) is shown handing a check to Mason County Sheriff Kim Cole. The sheriff’s office is leading the fund raising efforts.

Those wishing to donate, may send a donation to Friends of Mason County Sheriff’s Office, c/o Community Foundation for Mason County, PO Box 10, Ludington, MI 49431; note: The Boot in the memo line.    

Online donations may be made at mason-foundation.org. 

Use the give online tab on the top of page, Select Mason County and leave area of interest blank under specific fund look for, Friends of the Mason County Sheriff’s Office.

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