Honda Odyssey Donation to the Sun Prairie Media Center and Public Library
We love being involved in our community. From volunteer work, supporting numerous non-profit organizations, charities, and events we focus on developing partnerships that directly benefit those who live and work here. Recently, we donated a Honda Odyssey to the Sun Prairie Media Center and Sun Prairie Library. We are excited to be a proud supporter of these two great organizations. Pictured above from left to right, Aaron Oppenheimer (Sun Prairie Library Foundation), Jorge Hidalgo (Wilde East Towne Honda), Jeff Robbins (Sun Prairie Media Center), Rachel Packard (Sun Prairie Media Center), Mara Trusty (Sun Prairie Media Center), and Chad Wojtysiak (Wilde East Towne Honda).
“Wilde East Towne Honda is proud to have the opportunity to support a local non-profit that provides a great public service. The Honda Odyssey is a reliable and safe vehicle that will enable the Sun Prairie Media Center to film the various sporting and community events throughout the area. Many of our customers are from the Sun Prairie area and this is our way of giving back to the community.” – Jorge Hidalgo
About Sun Prairie Media Center
Sun Prairie Media Center is the organization that houses two cable access stations, KIDS-4 and KSUN. The purpose of cable access television is to serve community members by training those interested in video production and providing a forum for their programs. As a grassroots organization, our mandate is to create a communication link between individuals, groups, and the Sun Prairie community at large. (Source: http://www.sunprairiemediacenter.com/about/faq)
History of the Sun Prairie Public Library
The Sun Prairie Public Library has a history stretching over 100 years. If evolved from humble beginnings from a collection of 208 books in the old city hall to a collection of over 100,000 items and counting. Through the efforts of the Sun Prairie community, the public library was founded in 1901, and the same community helped build the current facility through hard work and dedication to learning. The library would also be nothing without the men and women who have worked in it throughout the years and helped to make it something the community of Sun Prairie can be proud of. (Source: http://www.sunprairiepubliclibrary.org/library-history)
Pictured from left to right, Aaron Oppenheimer (Sun Prairie Library Foundation), Jorge Hidalgo (Wilde East Towne Honda), Svetha Hetzler (Sun Prairie Library Foundation), and Chad Wojtysiak (Wilde East Towne Honda).