ATTENTION ALL COLBY EAGLE ALUMNI... do you wonder how you can do more for your alma mater that gave you your education, your youthful experiences and so much more? Now giving back to your hometown school is easier than ever! The Thomas County Community Foundation is proud to announce the recent formation of the Colby Public Schools Education Fund. This fund offers a "menu" list of subcategories within the USD #315, so your donation can go directly to your passions and interest! The initial subcategories for the Colby Public Schools Education Fund include agricultural education, athletics, fine arts and teacher mini-grants. Donations to this fund are endowed, and the earnings from the endowment are used to fund projects within the subcategory of choice. This allows your donation to have a lasting impact forever on your school and community!
The Thomas County Community Foundation is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization that endows funds for the betterment of the Thomas County . If you would like to contribute to the Colby Public Schools Education Fund, please send your tax-deductible check payable to: Thomas County Community Foundation, 350 S. Range Avenue, Suite 14 , Colby , Kansas 67701 . Please note in the memo section that you would like your donation to go towards the Colby Public Schools Education Fund and also note which subcategory you would like it to go towards. For more information on this fund or TCCF in general, please visit www.thomascountycommunityfoundation.com or call (785) 460-9152.
Another way to make a difference is by purchasing a brick from the CHS All Sports Booster Club. The Booster Club is raising money to support projects and facility upgrades for our athletic programs. The “Buy a Brick Program” bricks will be used on the new locker room/restroom facility at Dennen Field.
4 x 8 Bricks are $50 each
8 x 8 Bricks are $100 each
8 x8 Marble stones are $500 each
If you would like to reserve your engravable, permanent brick please contact Shawn Stephens at (785) 462-6929 or Tracy Rogers (785) 460-3128.