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Honoring a legacy of service

On April 9, Silver Dollar City Foundation honored longtime board member Jack Herschend for his years of dedicated service and leadership on the Foundation’s board of directors. 

 


Recognizing Herschend’s deep passion for education and sharing the gospel, the foundation funded the purchase of 14 children and youth books in his honor. The collection includes “The Chosen, Volume 1: Called by Name” by Dallas Jenkins; “Daniel and the Very Hungry Lion” by Tim Thornborough; “Dust, Volume 1” by Kara Swanson; “KJV Essential Teen Study Bible;” “Children’s Bible Stories for Bedtime”; and many more. These books, each marked with a book plate recognizing Herschend’s tireless service to the community, are available to check out at Library Center of the Ozarks, in downtown Branson.

 

Silver Dollar City Foundation is a 501(c)(3) private foundation and the nonprofit arm of Silver Dollar City. The foundation is committed to helping children and families thrive. The foundation currently provides grant funding to 14 school districts serving Stone and Taney County children. The grants help districts meet immediate, basic physical needs of students as well as reach long-term goals by providing funding for such projects as opening and expanding daycare and early childhood education opportunities. Visit SilverDollarCityFoundation.com to learn more.

 

Library Center of the Ozarks is located at 200 South 4th Street in Branson.

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