Superior Cleaning Services Make Monetary Donation to Final Push

The Mustang Foundation, Inc. extend their appreciation to recent Final Push donor, Superior Cleaning Services. At a recent Mustang Foundation, Inc. board meeting, Superior Cleaning Services owner, Doug Cue, presented the Mustang Foundation with a monetary donation to the Mustang Foundation’s Final Push Campaign.

Superior Cleaning Services is a full service commercial janitorial/floor care company headquartered out of Independence, IA, who serve most of the Northeast Iowa area. Available services include janitorial duties, construction cleanup, parking lot sweeping, parking lot striping, carpet cleaning and more.

The Superior Cleaning Services team aim to provide personal service to each client while maintaining quality workmanship on every commitment; there are two things that are never swept under the rug, great service and competitive pricing. When Superior Cleaning Services is finished with your project, you’ll be proud to tell others that it was truly a “Superior Job”.

“The Mustang Foundation recognizes Doug and Superior Cleaning as a longtime supporter of the Mustang Foundation and the Independence Community School District. Whether it’s his services, his time or a monetary donation, we thank Doug and the Superior Cleaning team for their continued contributions,” stated Mustang Foundation Treasurer, Rob Robinson. “These gifts of time, services and money from local businesses and residents enhance the mission of the Mustang Foundation and benefit the extracurricular activities of the Independence Community School District.”

For more information about the Mustang Foundation and the Final Push Campaign, visit the Independence Mustang Foundation website at www.indeemustangfoundation.com.

Superior Cleaning

Photo: (Image by Charlie McCardle) Mustang Foundation, Inc. board members Shelly Whited, Lloyd Davis, Megan Rasmussen, Kim Hansen, Susan Johnson, Meredith Miller, Lans Flickinger, Dan Kegler, Andy Hauber and Rob Robinson pose with Superior Cleaning Services owner, Doug Cue.

The Mustang Foundation Inc. (Foundation) is a 501 (c) (3) public charity and is qualified by the IRS to receive tax-deductible gifts, bequests, devises or transfers. The Foundation is organized exclusively for the charitable, educational, and scientific purposes which benefit or support extra-curricular activities of the Independence Community School District. A 13-person board appointed in staggered terms by the Independence Community School District Board governs the Foundation.

Order Tickets Now for the January 21st Annual Mustang Foundation Banquet

The Mustang Foundation Banquet Committee is inviting all Independence Community School District (ICSD) fans to an evening enjoying the company of friends, indulging in fabulous desserts and together raising money for a common cause…supporting the Mustangs!

The upcoming banquet is scheduled for Saturday, January 21, 2017. Social hour is set to begin at 5:30, dinner will be served shortly after 7:00 by Bill’s Pizza & Smokehouse.  Auction items will be available throughout the evening.

The 2017 Mustang Foundation Banquet emcees are Meg Rawlins, ICSD Gifted and Talented K-2 and 7-12 teacher and Danielle Meyer, East Elementary Principal. Rawlins and Meyer are sure to keep all banquet patrons entertained! Expect smiles, laughs and maybe even costume changes?

The Mustang Foundation’s annual banquet is highlighted by the unique way of presenting and serving desserts. The desserts are made by volunteer dessert chefs associated with various ICSD student activities, athletics or classrooms. These dessert chefs prepare lavish and indulgent desserts, in order to generate tips from the table they are serving; the chef with the largest amount of tips is declared the winner of the evening. These tips are then evenly distributed to benefit the ICSD groups who had a chef representing them.

The evening will also include live and silent auction items completely unique to the Mustang Foundation Banquet.  Expect to see varying auction items ranging from something you might find on a vehicle to something that takes you high above the clouds to items that will fill your tummies and summer schedules!

This past January, a sold out crowd raised over $20,000 toward the Mustang Foundation’s endowment fund, which is to benefit and support the extracurricular activities of the ICSD.

The Mustang Foundation, Inc. was formed in 1994 with the mission of the Foundation to solicit and receive contributions, grants, gifts and transfer of property to or for the benefit of the Independence Community School District. In 1998, Rudy Leytze donated $100,000 to create the Mustang Foundation Endowment Fund. The Foundation’s annual community banquet was created to strengthen the endowment fund. Additionally, a portion of the banquets proceeds go directly towards selected school projects/activities. Since the formation of the Foundation, the organization has funneled over $3 million in gifts toward the betterment of the ICSD.

Put on your maroon and white and come enjoy the 2017 Mustang Foundation Banquet!

To order your tickets or sponsor a table for the 2017 Banquet, please visit our Donate Page on the Website.  New this year is the ability to order tickets online.  You may also call Rob Robinson at 319-334-7181 or email rob.robinson@bankiowa.com. Table Sponsors will be recognized in the program. The Mustang Foundation Banquet continues to be a sellout event every year, so plan on ordering your tickets early. Tickets will not be sold at the door.

2017 Emcees, Meg Rawlins and Danielle Meyer.

2017 Emcees, Meg Rawlins and Danielle Meyer.

 

The Mustang Foundation Inc. (Foundation) is a 501 (c) (3) public charity and is qualified by the IRS to receive tax-deductible gifts, bequests, devises or transfers. The Foundation is organized exclusively for the charitable, educational, and scientific purposes which benefit or support extra-curricular activities of the Independence Community School District. A 13-person board appointed in staggered terms by the Independence Community School District Board governs the Foundation.

8th Annual Mustang Foundation Banquet Set for January 21 – Order Tickets Now

The Mustang Foundation Banquet Committee would like to invite fans of the Independence Community School District (ICSD) to an evening out supporting the Mustangs, put on your maroon and white and come enjoy the 2017 Mustang Foundation Banquet! Attendees will enjoy the company of friends, indulge in fabulous desserts and together raise money for a common cause.

The upcoming banquet is scheduled for Saturday, January 21, 2017. Social hour is set to begin at 5:30, dinner will be served shortly after 7:00 by Bill’s Pizza & Smokehouse, and auction items will be available throughout the evening. This past January, a sold out crowd raised over $20,000 toward the Mustang Foundation’s endowment fund, which is to benefit and support the extracurricular activities of the ICSD.

The Mustang Foundation’s annual banquet is highlighted by the unique way of presenting and serving desserts. The desserts are made by volunteer dessert chefs associated with various ICSD student activities, athletics or classrooms. These dessert chefs prepare lavish and indulgent desserts, in order to generate tips from the table they are serving; the chef with the largest amount of tips is declared the winner of the evening. Last year’s dessert chefs raised over $7,000 in tips! These tips are then evenly distributed to benefit the ICSD groups who had a chef representing them.

The evening will also include live and silent auction items completely unique to the Mustang Foundation Banquet. Emcees for this year will be Meg Rawlins and Danielle Meyer, both employees of the ICSD.

The Mustang Foundation, Inc. was formed in 1994 with the mission of the Foundation to solicit and receive contributions, grants, gifts and transfer of property to or for the benefit of the Independence Community School District. In 1998, Rudy Leytze donated $100,000 to create the Mustang Foundation Endowment Fund. The Foundation’s annual community banquet was created to strengthen the endowment fund. Additionally, a portion of the banquets proceeds go directly towards selected school projects/activities. Since the formation of the Foundation, the organization has funneled over $3 million in gifts toward the betterment of the ICSD.

To order your tickets or sponsor a table for the 2017 Banquet, please visit the donate page: www.indeemustangfoundation.com/donate.  New this year is the ability to order tickets online.  You may also call Rob Robinson at 319-334-7181 or email rob.robinson@bankiowa.com. Table Sponsors will be recognized in the program. The Mustang Foundation Banquet continues to be a sellout event every year, so plan on ordering your tickets early. Tickets will not be sold at the door.

For more information about the Mustang Foundation, visit the Independence Mustang Foundation website at www.indeemustangfoundation.com.

The Mustang Foundation Inc. (Foundation) is a 501 (c) (3) public charity and is qualified by the IRS to receive tax-deductible gifts, bequests, devises or transfers. The Foundation is organized exclusively for the charitable, educational, and scientific purposes which benefit or support extra-curricular activities of the Independence Community School District. A 13-person board appointed in staggered terms by the Independence Community School District Board governs the Foundation.

Online Donation/Purchasing Now Available

Donating to the Mustang Foundation, purchasing tickets to the Mustang Foundation Banquet and registering to the Indee Alumni Basketball events have never been so easy! Do it all online by CLICKING HERE!

Mustang Foundation Receives Monetary Gift from Farmers State Bank

The Mustang Foundation, Inc. extend their appreciation to recent Final Push donor, Farmers State Bank. At a recent Mustang Foundation, Inc. board meeting, Farmers State Bank representative, Andy Hauber, presented the Mustang Foundation with a monetary donation to the Mustang Foundation’s Final Push Campaign.

Farmers State Bank, locally owned and operated with the same name since 1879, opened doors in Independence this spring. Farmers State Bank offers local service, solid advice, integrity, and experience. Originally specializing in agricultural loans, Farmers State Bank has evolved into a full-service bank offering all the services to that of a corporate bank.

“The Mustang Foundation thanks Andy and the rest of the Farmers State Bank team for their contribution,” said Meredith Miller, Mustang Foundation, Inc. President. “These monetary gifts from local businesses truly enhance the mission of the Mustang Foundation and benefit the extracurricular activities of the Independence Community School District.”

For more information about the Mustang Foundation and the Final Push Campaign, visit the Independence Mustang Foundation website at www.indeemustangfoundation.com.

Farmers State Bank

(Image by Charlie McCardle) Mustang Foundation, Inc. board members Susie Toale, Shelly Whited, Lans Flickinger, Susan Johnson, Meredith Miller, Megan Rasmussen, Kate Grover, Dan Kegler and Lloyd Davis pose with Farmers State Bank representative, Andy Hauber.

The Mustang Foundation Inc. (Foundation) is a 501 (c) (3) public charity and is qualified by the IRS to receive tax-deductible gifts, bequests, devises or transfers. The Foundation is organized exclusively for the charitable, educational, and scientific purposes which benefit or support extra-curricular activities of the Independence Community School District. A 13-person board appointed in staggered terms by the Independence Community School District Board governs the Foundation.

Spahn & Rose Lumber Co. Makes Monetary Donation to Mustang Foundation

The Mustang Foundation, Inc. extends their gratitude to recent Final Push donor, Spahn & Rose Lumber, Co.  At a recent Mustang Foundation, Inc. board meeting, Spahn & Rose representative Mike Loveless presented the Mustang Foundation with a monetary donation to the Final Push/All Activities Campaign.

Spahn & Rose Lumber Co., organized in 1904, is a retail lumber company with the express goal of providing customers with knowledgeable employees, excellent service, and superior quality products. Since 1904, their commitment has been to be a partnership of employees, company, and customers providing quality building materials, innovative technology and value added services for the benefit of customers and local communities.

Mustang Foundation Treasurer, Rob Robinson states, “The Mustang Foundation is pleased to be the recipient of the many generous monetary donations from local businesses and community members. These gifts are what enhance the mission of the Mustang Foundation, which is to benefit and support the extracurricular activities of the Independence Community School District.”

For more information about the Mustang Foundation and the Final Push Campaign, visit the Independence Mustang Foundation website at www.indeemustangfoundation.com.

(Image by Charlie McCardle) Mustang Foundation, Inc. board members Susie Toale, Shelly Whited, Lans Flickinger, Susan Johnson, Meredith Miller, Megan Rasmussen, Dan Kegler, Andy Hauber, Lloyd Davis and Kate Grover pose with Spahn & Rose representative, Mike Loveless. The Mustang Foundation Inc. (Foundation) is a 501 (c) (3) public charity and is qualified by the IRS to receive tax-deductible gifts, bequests, devises or transfers. The Foundation is organized exclusively for the charitable, educational, and scientific purposes which benefit or support extra-curricular activities of the Independence Community School District. A 13-person board appointed in staggered terms by the Independence Community School District Board governs the Foundation.

(Image by Charlie McCardle) Mustang Foundation, Inc. board members Susie Toale, Shelly Whited, Lans Flickinger, Susan Johnson, Meredith Miller, Megan Rasmussen, Dan Kegler, Andy Hauber, Lloyd Davis and Kate Grover pose with Spahn & Rose representative, Mike Loveless.

The Mustang Foundation Inc. (Foundation) is a 501 (c) (3) public charity and is qualified by the IRS to receive tax-deductible gifts, bequests, devises or transfers. The Foundation is organized exclusively for the charitable, educational, and scientific purposes which benefit or support extra-curricular activities of the Independence Community School District. A 13-person board appointed in staggered terms by the Independence Community School District Board governs the Foundation.

Mustang Foundation, Inc. Receives Monetary Gift from RFSW

The Mustang Foundation, Inc. extends their appreciation to Final Push donor, Ridihalgh, Fuelling, Snitker, Weber & Co, commonly known as RFSW.

RFSW is a public accounting corporation with offices located in Oelwein, Independence, and Jesup. At a recent Mustang Foundation, Inc. board meeting, RFSW representatives Vicki McClintock and Don Weber presented the Mustang Foundation with a monetary donation for the Final Push/All Activities Campaign.

Mustang Foundation Treasurer, Rob Robinson states, “The Mustang Foundation is very pleased to be the recipient of the many generous monetary donations from local businesses and community members. These gifts are what enhance the mission of the Mustang Foundation, which is to benefit and support the extracurricular activities of the Independence Community School District. The Mustang Foundation thanks Vicki, Don and the rest of the RFSW team for their contribution.”

For more information about the Mustang Foundation and the Final Push Campaign, visit the Independence Mustang Foundation website at www.indeemustangfoundation.com.

RFSW

Photo: Mustang Foundation, Inc. board members Meredith Miller, Megan Rasmussen, Lans Flickinger, Shelly Whited and Rob Robinson pose with RFSW representatives, Vicki McClintock and Don Weber. (Image by Charlie McCardle)

The Mustang Foundation Inc. (Foundation) is a 501 (c) (3) public charity and is qualified by the IRS to receive taxdeductible gifts, bequests, devises or transfers. The Foundation is organized exclusively for the charitable, educational, and scientific purposes which benefit or support extra-curricular activities of the Independence Community School District. A 13-person board appointed in staggered terms by the Independence Community School District Board governs the Foundation.

Homecoming 2015 Aerial Photo – Order Yours Today!

In 2015 the Independence Mustangs finished a remarkable 8-2 season. The photo on this poster was taken during the Homecoming game vs. Vinton in which Indee won 43-27, improving their season record to 5-0! Own a piece of Mustang Football history by ordering yours poster today!

Order deadline is April 1, 2016. Everyone will be contacted to pick up your prints at a designated location to be determined. All proceeds from the sale of the photos goes towards the Final Push.

Click here to obtain the Homecoming 2015 Aerial Photo Order Form

 

7th Annual Mustang Foundation Banquet – Get your tickets ordered today!

An evening spent with friends, enjoying fabulous desserts and raising money for a common cause. It’s not hard to see the appeal of the Mustang Foundation’s Annual Banquet coming on Saturday, January, 23, 2016.

This past January a sold out crowd enjoyed an evening of great food and fun, and raised over $20,000 toward the Mustang Foundation’s endowment fund and other activities for the Independence Community School District. The upcoming banquet is scheduled for January 23, 2016 with social time scheduled to begin at 5:30 and dinner served shortly after 7:00.  To order your tickets or to sponsor a table, please call Rob Robinson at 319-334-7181 or rob.robinson@bankiowa.com. Table Sponsors will be recognized in the program. This has been a sell out event every year, so plan on ordering your tickets early. Tickets will not be sold at the door. Remember to wear your maroon and white and show your Mustang spirit!

The Mustang Foundation’s annual banquet is highlighted by the unique way of serving dessert. Numerous desserts chefs from within the community prepare lavish and indulgent desserts, in order to generate tips from the table they are serving. The chef with the largest amount of tips is declared the winner. Each year the dessert portion of the evening has become more entertaining as the desserts have become more extravagant. Last years desserts made by volunteer dessert chefs associated with  Independence school student activities, athletics or classrooms raised over $7,000 in tips! These tips were then evenly distributed to each of these groups who had a chef representing them.

The evening also includes live and silent auctions, which generally have included items completely unique to this banquet. Emcees for this year will again be Dewey Hupke and John Howard, both principles in the Independence Community School District.

The Mustang Foundation, Inc. was formed in 1994. The mission of the Foundation is to solicit and receive contributions, grants, gifts and transfer of property to or for the benefit of the Independence Community School District.

In 1998 Rudy Leytze donated $100,000 to create the Mustang Foundation Endowment Fund. The Foundation’s annual community banquet was created to strengthen the endowment fund. Additionally, a portion of the banquets proceeds goes directly towards selected school projects/activities..

Since the formation of the Foundation, the organization has funneled over $3 million in gifts toward the betterment of the Independence Community School District.

The Mustang Foundation Inc. (Foundation) is a 501 (c) (3) public charity and is qualified by the IRS to receive tax-deductible gifts, bequests, devises or transfers. For more information on how to make a donation or to learn more about our banquet, please visit our website www.indeemustangfoundation.org.

2016 Mustang Foundation Banquet Invite