As a result of the great response to previous concerts, Imperial Community Foundation Fund continues its quest to expand culture in Imperial by sponsoring a free concert by Josh Hoyer and Soul Colossal, from Lincoln, Nebraska. The blues, soul, and funk band will be performing Friday, February 17, 2017, at the VFW Hall in Imperial, Nebraska beginning at 8:00 p.m. Hoyer, the band's vocalist, will be appearing on the upcoming season of The Voice.
Pinnacle Bank kicked off the new year by investing $6,000 in the Imperial Community Foundation Fund (ICFF) unrestricted endowment.
“It is Pinnacle Bank’s honor to be part of such a great community and to have the privilege to be part of the growth and success of the Imperial Community Foundation Fund (ICFF),” said Kelly Hammerlun, Market President of Pinnacle’s Imperial branch.
Pinnacle Bank's continued investment in the community is very much appreciated.
At the Smokin' on Broadway event in Imperial in August, Brianna Pribbeno won the opportunity to direct a $500 grant from the Imperial Community Foundation Fund to a charitable organization that benefits Imperial. As a sponsor of Interact, she felt confident the Interact students would put the money to good use. The Interact students chose to purchase backpacks and school supplies for children in need. Great job!
After a thunderous performance at Smokin' on Broadway/Hear Nebraska's Good Living Tour 2016, there was a lot of community demand to bring back the Kris Lager Band for another riveting show. Hearing that demand, the Imperial Community Foundation Fund was the major sponsor and organizer to bring the band back to Imperial for another free show to the community.
Imperial, the family of Dan and Tiffany Reeves, and the Imperial Community Foundation Fund are featured on page 3 of the 2016 Annual Report of the Nebraska Community Foundation.
View the 2016 Annual Report above or click here.
The Imperial Community Foundation Fund again delivered mailboxes to the 2016 Chase County Schools graduates, our way of reminding the graduates their home town supports them and encouraging them to return to the community in the future.
This year, we have also asked the graduates to describe to us their favorite things about Imperial and areas Imperial and the quality of life here could be improved. Please "like" and respond on our Facebook page. One random participant will be awarded the opportunity to direct a $500 grant to a charitable group or cause in Imperial.
Our friends at Hear Nebraska made a video about why Imperial is such an attractive home for young people. This video is part of Hear Nebraska's inaugural Good Living Tour, of which the Imperial Community Foundation Fund was a proud sponsor. Please watch the video below and share it with all of your friends and family members.