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September 9, 2012
Times-Republican

Hardin County foundation hires affiliate director

The Hardin County Community Endowment Foundation is pleased to announce that Stacey Anderson of Iowa Falls has been hired to serve in the newly created position of Affiliate Director.

Anderson comes to HCCEF with a strong knowledge of and commitment to Hardin County. She brings an extensive business background in marketing, communications and messaging to HCCEF. Anderson's family includes her husband, Jody, and their two boys, Jacob, 21, and Jared,19.

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"We're excited and very fortunate to welcome an individual with Stacey's considerable skill-set to our organization," HCCEF Chair Carol Gilbert said.

In her new role with the Foundation, Anderson will be responsible for cultivating relationships with donors, professional advisors, community leaders and nonprofit agencies.

"Having lived and worked in Hardin County for more than 20 years, there was no question in my mind that HCCEF is uniquely capable of bringing together community leaders, contributors, experts and nonprofit partners to support important projects and programs in our communities," Anderson said. "Working for HCCEF will allow me to make the greatest impact on the county I call home."

For more information contact the HCCEF, 712 Washington Ave., Iowa Falls or contact Anderson by email at endowhardinco@gmail.com and by phone at 641-373-4070.

Miller joins Poweshiek Iowa Development

Mary "Molly" Caroline Miller has joined the Poweshiek Iowa Development team this fall through the Grinnell College's program, Apprenticeship in Non-Profit Organization. Miller is a rising senior at the College, studying Psychology. She is from Iowa City, where she grew up the youngest of three girls. In her time in Grinnell, she has been involved in the varsity swim team all four years. She is excited to learn about the Grinnell Community in a different capacity than what she has been exposed to as a student through her new position.

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