La Crosse Public Education Foundation celebrates 30 years

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La Crescent, MN (WXOW)  It began in 1988.  An organization designed to help support La Crosse Public Schools.

This year, the La Crosse Public Education Foundation is celebrating 30 years.  We recently spoke with the executive director of the Foundation, David Stoeffler, about the significance of 30 years, what he’s most proud of and what the Foundation plans to do next.

You can help La Crosse Public schools by attending an event on November 9.  From 4 until 7, the Foundation is partnering with the La Crosse School District and the La Crosse Public Library for a program called, “Give a Gift.”  You can purchase books and donate them to La Crosse Public Schools.  Those books will go to elementary school classroom libraries.  “Give a Gift” is at the La Crosse Public Library, 800 Main Street.

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