Prairie Breeze Wind Energy LLC Invests In Local Educational Needs

invenergy-checks-elgin-review-2015Students at Pope John/St. Boniface and Elgin Public Schools will benefit in different ways from generous donations made recently by Prairie Breeze Wind Energy LLC (PBWE).
Recently, Prairie Breeze Wind Operations Manager Luke Hinkle made check presentations to the schools. Elgin Public and Pope John/St. Boniface were each presented checks for $5,000.
“We’re delighted to support the important work being done by schools in Elgin, and to help enhance the student experience,” said Alissa Krinsky, Invenergy (PBWE’s parent company) spokeswoman. “We’re so pleased to be part of the fabric of Elgin and this is a way for us to give back and express our appreciation for the tremendous support we’ve received from the community.”
At Elgin Public, the donation is earmarked for the high school junior class trip which will take place in 2016. The presentation was made by Hinkle to District #18 School Board member Robert Hoefer on Friday, April 24.
On Monday morning, May 4, Hinkle presented a check to PJCC/St. Boniface Principal Betty Getzfred and Technology Integration Coordinator Julie Dwyer. The donation is earmarked for technology improvements at the school.
Read the complete story in this week’s issue of The Elgin Review.