Northwest Iowa — A total of eleven projects in ten northwest Iowa communities were among 132 selected statewide to receive free paint from Orange City paint manufacturer Diamond Vogel and Keep Iowa Beautiful for the 2021 Paint Iowa Beautiful program.

Area entities receiving the free paint for their civic projects include:

The City of George will get paint for their swimming pool

The City of Hawarden will receive the paint for buildings in Hawarden’s downtown

The Ireton Historical Society will receive paint for the schoolhouse project

The City of Larchwood for the Larchwood Recreation Center

The City of Primghar for their Community Building, Skating Rick, Shelter House and Park Buildings

The Rock Rapids Mural Society for restoration of the mural on Benson’s Skating rink

The Sheldon Chamber & Development Corporation for the Historic Train Depot

Sibley Parks & Recreation for the Central Park Shelter House

Sioux Center Heritage Village for the Country School Building at Heritage Village along with the Sioux Center Public Library  for the library interior

Sutherland’s Willoway Complex for the kitchen and dining area of the Senior Dinner Date site.

In the 18-year partnership with Keep Iowa Beautiful, Diamond Vogel has awarded over 11,860 gallons of paint for 1,132 community projects in Iowa.

To see the entire list and to learn more about the Paint Iowa Beautiful program, CLICK HERE.

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