Ten Area Projects Receive Keep Iowa Beautiful Awards

Gov. Kim Reynolds has declared April as Keep Iowa Beautiful Month, and Diamond Vogel Paint is pleased to do their part by donating paint to 110 community projects across the state. “The partnership with Keep Iowa Beautiful allows Diamond Vogel Paint to assist and work with the many local volunteers that help build communities, historic projects and other public service organizations to improving the attractiveness and beauty of our home areas,” says Diamond Vogel Vice President of Trade Marketing, Doug Vogel. Over the course of the 15-year partnership, there have been more than 9,648 gallons donated to 786 community projects. In our area this year, 10 will be receiving paint for their improvements. A full listing of those award winners can be found here.


Paint award winners:

  • Audubon: Audubon County Economic Development, store fronts, Sara Slater
  • Denison: Women in Business Organization, park playground and tables, Rachel Desy
  • Grand Junction: City of Grand Junction, concrete building, Barbara Hunter, clerk
  • Jefferson: Jefferson Park and Recreation, park shelter and concession stand, Vicky Lautner
  • Lohrville: City of Lohrville, park buildings and playground equipment, Kris Kavanaugh
  • Lytton: Lytton Hometown Pride, park shelter, tables and equipment, Darsi Huddleson
  • Manning: Manning Hausbarn Heritage Park, century-old Trinity Church, Marsha Clausen
  • Sac City: Sac City Hometown Pride, park playgrounds, Jamie Lawrence
  • Sac City: Sac Community Center, interiors, Danielle Rieger
  • Sac City: Barn Quilts of Sac County, barn quilts, Sue and Harold Peyton