Pipestone (Minn.) Star - Construction of the JBS Soccer Complex east of the softball fields near Westview Park and Paulsen Field is expected to begin this year. Pipestone City Council members during their June 21 meeting approved paying Reker Construction and Aggregate, LLC., of Adrian, $135,000 for dirt and storm sewer work for the complex.
Worthington (Minn.) Daily Globe - WORTHINGTON — The approval of a professional services agreement for phase one redesign and phase two design of the planned fieldhouse for a building on Worthington’s Second Avenue was among multiple administrative actions taken by the Worthington City Council Monday night. (Subscription required to read full story)
Pipestone Star - Representatives of JBS USA, the city of Pipestone and the Pipestone community were on hand Thursday, Sept. 3 for a groundbreaking ceremony for the JBS Soccer Complex for which the company donated $300,000 through its Hometown Strong initiative.
Pilgrim’s to donate $575,000 to Cold Spring for COVID-19 relief
St. Cloud (Minn.) Times - COLD SPRING — One of Cold Spring's largest employers has earmarked more than a half-million dollars for Cold Spring to help the community respond to challenges created by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Daily Globe (Opinion Letters) - I would like to take this opportunity to congratulate Worthington on being the recipient of $2.6 million dollars from the JBS Hometown Strong Initiative. The investment that JBS is making in Worthington will be of great benefit not only to their employees but to the entire community and I thank them for their generosity.
JBS USA To Invest $2.6 Million In Worthington To Support Local Community As Part Of Hometown Strong Initiative
Web Wire - Through its Hometown Strong initiative, JBS USA announced plans to donate $2.6 million to help Worthington respond to needs resulting from the coronavirus pandemic and invest in the community’s future.
Council Approves $1 Million JBS Gift For Fieldhouse Project
Daily Globe - WORTHINGTON (Minn.) — A $1 million donation by JBS USA to the city of Worthington, to be used specifically for the city’s planned fieldhouse and recreation center, received unanimous approval Monday night from the Worthington City Council.