Prairie Lakes AEA is one of nine Area Education Agencies created in 1974 by the Iowa legislature to ensure equal educational opportunities for all children from birth through age 21. Support to local schools is provided through three service areas: Educational Services, Information & Technology and Special Education. Prairie Lakes AEA supports educators, parents, and the communities we serve as we work together toward one ultimate goal--to improve student learning. Our region stretches over 14 counties including 40 public and 11 accredited nonpublic schools.
Address : 1235 5th Ave S, Fort Dodge
Website : https://www.plaea.org/
Emergency funding for prescribed medication for the needy. This program is managed by the Webster County Health Department and the United Way of Greater Fort Dodge.
Phone Number : 515.573.4107
Address : 723 1st Ave S., Suite 220, Fort Dodge
Contact Person : Tricia Nichols or Jamie Saxton
Contact Email : firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com
Pride in Community Appearance (PICA) is a volunteer group interested in improving the appearance of our community through projects such as raking leaves, landscaping, planting flowers, painting, and more. PICA meets from 9 to 11 AM on Tuesdays and Thursdays from April through October and welcomes new volunteers. PICA worksites are listed each week in The Messenger's Community Calendar, or you can contact Jan Wilson for more information.
Categories : Volunteering
Phone Number : 515.576.0296 or 515.570.2502
Contact Person : Jan Wilson
Contact Email : firstname.lastname@example.org
Proteus provides seasonal farm workers and others with a variety of services that improve their health, education and economic opportunities. Proteus has a food pantry and clothing closet that is open every Monday to the general public.
Phone Number : 515.573.8225
Address : 107 N 7th St, Fort Dodge
Website : www.proteusinc.net
Contact Person : Matt Winkel
Contact Email : email@example.com