On Tuesday, June 6th, 127 children, kindergarten to sixth grade, with forty volunteers arrived at the Cairo Community Center for the Third Annual Cairo Safety Day, sponsored by Progressive Agriculture Foundation. This year’s safety day was theme was Safe Summer
Children who registered for Safety Day on June 6th, 2017 won’t be going home empty handed. Thanks to Cabela’s providing deep discounts on life jackets and financial support from Farm Credit Services each registered child will go home with a
Progressive Agriculture Safety Day doesn’t run without support from our sponsors. This year Pathway Bank sponsored “Josh the Otter.” Josh the Otter was developed by the Joshua Collingsworth Memorial Foundation to prevent drowning and improve early childhood water safety training.
The Cairo Community Foundation is pleased to announce that the Grace and Donna Rae Koepp Foundation granted the Cairo Children’s Theater program $2000 towards next years program. The Cairo Community Foundation is grateful for these funds as it will insure the
“Recently a state historical marker was placed five miles west of Cairo to honor Solon Hannibal Borglum, one of America’s premier sculptors of the 20th century. Borglum, who lived at his father’s ranch, loved the cowboy life but also had
The VanWinkle Family shared Ed VanWinkle’s dream of creating a Veterans Memorial in the Village of Cairo. Ed’s Wife and Son shared Ed’s love of all things military. His hope for a Veteran’s memorial in the Village of Cairo will
Ken and Deb Harders have always had a passion for preserving the history of the area. They have been strong supporters of the Cairo Roots Museum. Recently they shared with the Foundation their latest project. Ken and Deb and several
The Village of Cairo held its first Progressive Agriculture Safety Day in the Summer of 2015. Ninety-four children were provided education on PTO, water, bicycle, seatbelt, mosquito, germ, animal, power line, and hydraulic safety. Recently a parent shared that this