The Spoon River College Foundation, which was established in 1979 to support the College’s Mission and its students, expends roughly a quarter of a million dollars annually on programs, facilities, and scholarships. To help fund these endeavors, the Foundation hosts a number of annual fundraising campaigns and events throughout the year.
In addition to the events listed below, the Spoon River College Community Chorus produces a number of performances each year, and ticket sales help to fund scholarships. Please check the
SRC Community Chorus page for more information!
Golf Outing at Wee-Ma-Tuk Country Club
The annual Foundation golf outing occurs each year in August at beautiful Wee-Ma-Tuk Country Club in Cuba. The event is a full day of golfing, contests, food and fun. Since its inception, the outing has raised over a quarter of a million dollars for the SRC Foundation.
The 2015 golf outing was our most successful yet, raising nearly $26,000 for the SRC Foundation. Our 2016 outing will be held on July 29. Check back for more updates, or to sign up to play in or sponsor the event, call (309) 647-6395 or email
Havana and Rushville Events
Beginning in 2016, the SRC Foundation plans to host biannual events in Havana and Rushville. The 2016 event will be held in Havana. Check out what we did in 2014, and stay tuned for more details on the 2016 event!
The SRC Speakeasy held on Thursday, June 5, 2014 at Grandpa’s in Havana was a huge success!
Guests at the SRC Foundation FUNdraiser enjoyed live music, entertainment, and hors d'oeuvres! The Hardworking Committee members did a great job creating a timeline of Havana’s rich history, including gambling, cigars and Havana's connections with the notorious Al Capone.
Close to $4,500 was raised with this event through ticket sales, sponsorships and our Silent Auction.
A big thanks to our many generous supporters!
View additional pictures from the event on Facebook
Celebrity Waiter Dinner at Macomb Outreach Center
The Celebrity Waiter Dinner takes place each year at the SRC Community Outreach Center in Macomb. The themed dinner features pre-dinner activities, a delectable dinner, lively entertainment, optional costume attire, and celebrity waiters competing to receive the highest amount of tips for the evening. The event is supported by over 50 volunteers. Net proceeds from the event are used to provide technology/furnishings for the Spoon River College Macomb campus and the Community Outreach Center – Macomb.