Country Clipper Mowers, a division of Shivvers Mfg., donated a zero-turn mower to the Wayne County Conservation Board. The Wayne County Conservation Board, located in southern Iowa, was established in 1955 to help obtain and develop county parks, preserve forests, wildlife and to promote good citizenship by programs and public recreation.
“Wayne County has an excellent park system and we are pleased to offer support for them,” said Carl Shivvers, president.
The Wayne County Conservation Board consists of 5 volunteer members:
Jan Ledyard, chair; Bill (B.J.) Alley, vice chair; and Diane Olsen Schroeder, Tom Rockhold and Nick McVey. Bonnie Friend, executive director, and Kenny Banks, conservation technician, oversee the upkeep and operation of 4 county parks; Corydon Lake Park, Lake Side Park, Moore Gosch Park; and one state park, Bob White. They also maintain nearly 1,100 acres at Medicine Creek Wildlife Management Area.
“We are very thankful for this generous donation that Shivvers will be making, allowing the grass maintenance to be completed in a timely and efficient manner, April through November,” stated Friend. The conservation office and maintenance facilities are located at Bob White State Park, outside of Allerton.
Country Clipper has designed, built and marketed zero-turn mowers and accessories for both lawn care professionals and residential or estate homeowners for 30 years. They offer a full line of Country Clipper residential and commercial zero turn mowers and accessories, sold through a network of independent dealers throughout North America. Country Clipper Mowers offer unique features, such as the stand-up deck and joystick steering. Country Clipper, of Corydon, Iowa, is a division of Shivvers Mfg. and is proudly made in the U.S.A.
From left to right: Rob Hilton, Carl Shivvers, Nick McVey, Bonnie Friend, Diane Olsen Schroeder, Bill (B.J.) Alley, Jan Ledyard, Tom Rockhold. Not pictured: Kenny Banks.