This past year, the Juneau County community lost a dear friend and neighbor, Robert (Bob) Holig. Although he may be gone, Bob’s memory still lives on with a title wave of support from area residents as the designing and building of Holig Dairy Pavilion at the Juneau County Fairgrounds gets underway.
Now, thanks to Scully Oil Co., Inc., the project is one step closer to completion. Scully Oil Co., Inc. recently gave $5,000.00 to Juneau County Agricultural, Industrial and Recreational Society (JCAIRS) to be used for the Holig Dairy Pavilion Building Fund as part of the BP Fueling Communities Grant Program.
When asked about the opportunity to donate to this community project, Jeff Scully, owner of Scully Oil Co, Inc., said, “Our family and the Scully Oil Company team have been blessed with opportunities and good fortune over the years that have allowed us to give back to community initiatives – like the building of the Holig Dairy Pavilion – that make us stronger. As this project goes from planning to reality, we look forward, with anticipation, to watching this memorial pay tribute to a great man whose family has an excellent sense of community.”
BP Fueling Communities Grant Program makes grants to qualified organizations that are nominated by BP’s jobbers, direct supplied dealers and branded marketers.
Scully Oil Co., Inc. is a retailer, wholesaler and transporter of refined fuels and lubricants in the state of Wisconsin. To learn more about Scully Oil Co., Inc. and their products and services, visit www.scullyoil.com.
If you’d like to make a contribution to JCAIRS, for the Holig Dairy Pavilion Fund, please contact Joan Holig at 608.847.7602.
Scully Oil Company, a BP Branded Marketer servicing BP stations throughout Juneau, Sauk and Columbia Counties, presented a BP Fueling Communities grant donation of $2,500.00 to The Beacon House Center for Family Enhancement, Inc. The BP Fueling Communities program provides grants to local organizations that are nominated by BP’s Branded Marketers, such as Scully Oil Company to support the communities in which they do business. To learn more about Scully Oil Co., Inc. and their services they provide, go to scullyoil.com.
The Beacon House Center for Family Enhancement has been established to facilitate funds and services, as needed, to assist very low, low, and moderate income families and individuals in securing safe, affordable and energy-efficient housing.
FITS Network (Families In Transition Support) is organized by Beacon House and facilitates services and resources through community and school collaboration, as needed, to assist low and moderate income families and individuals. FITS works specifically with families who have children in the Dells School District. Their primary focus is the children in the District that are “food-insecure”, which accounts for over 50% or approximately 800-900 students. Also they have 3 established programs that focus on children that qualify for free or reduced lunch programs through the schools.
To learn more about Beacon House, please contact Mary Larson, President, at 608.254.7002.
Scully Oil Company, a BP Branded Marketer servicing BP stations throughout Juneau, Sauk and Columbia Counties, presented a BP Fueling Communities grant donation of $2,000.00 to Mile Bluff Medical Center Foundation. The BP Fueling Communities program provides grants to local organizations that are nominated by BP’s Branded Marketers, such as Scully Oil Company to support the communities in which they do business. The Fueling Communities Grant gives back to local organizations that support health, education, youth, food and housing to spread charity and goodwill.
Mile Bluff Medical Center Foundation raises funds to support Mile Bluff programs and services. The Foundation puts 100% of donations towards supporting its mission. Donating to the foundation is a way to directly assist Mile Bluff in carrying out its mission to provide the community with exceptional, personalized healthcare services.
All donations contribute to patients walking away with better health and the satisfaction that they received the best care possible. These donations also make it possible to provide high quality care for patients, state-of-the-art equipment and technology, support for patients and families, increased access to local medical services, scholarships, education and training for current and future healthcare workers, advanced diagnostic capabilities and community classes and programming.
On Monday, December 3, 2012, our Scully Oil team members volunteered their time for the 3rd year in a row to help make Christmas special for many of the children in this area.
There were 10 team members from Lyndon Station BP, Mauston Interstate BP and our home office that helped to organize all the toys for families that need a little extra help. Jeff Scully helped bring all the toys from the Mauston Library to the Armory, so that all the packaging of the gifts could begin.
A special thanks to everyone who did the shopping for all these wonderful toys and to the boys and girls from FFA (Future Farmers of America), FBLA (Future Business Leaders of America), Key Club and the girls Basketball Team who helped with all the heavy lifting. And this year Toys for Joy had help from Dr. Christine Weymouth, Superintendent of Schools, Mauston School District and Jim Dillin, Principal of Mauston High School join in the volunteer work. When you think about all the people it takes to make this process work, it’s amazing! And we all knew what needed to be done, so it was a complete success.
This year Toys for Joy was able to provide toys to 169 families and 379 children and every family was able to go home with a turkey too!
We all enjoyed helping with this worthy cause and can’t wait to come back next year to help again!!
Halloween was a fun day for Lyndon Station BP to share with our customers and all the little goblins that came in to Trick or Treat! LSBP even had all their employee’s dress up for the occasion! Treats were given out to customers, but only if they said “Trick or Treat”! It sure looked like they were having a good time! Don’t they look great?