11/23/2020 11:25:00 AM Senior Center coordinator's prayers are answered
After Sharon McAtee, site coordinator at the Stewartville Center for Active Adults, center, asked God for help to keep the Center open, the city of Stewartville’s Economic Development Authority, represented by Adam Wright, far left, presented McAtee and the Center a $6,000 check in CARES Act funding last week. Others in the photo include Anita Wendt, the Center’s finance reporter, second from left; along with Gene Gustason, second from right, and Pastor Byron Meline, far right, members of the Center for Active Adults Board.
Knowing the Center for Active Adults was facing a difficult financial situation due to the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, Sharon McAtee prayed that God would keep the Center open. Last week, McAtee's prayers were answered in a marvelous way when the city of Stewartville's Economic Development Authority (EDA) presented the Center a check for $6,000. McAtee, the site coordinator for the Center, became emotional as she accepted the grant at Stewartville City Hall before the EDA's regular monthly meeting on Tuesday evening, Nov. 17... For more on this story pick up your copy of the Nov. 24 Stewartville STAR.