Giving Back to the Community

We believe giving back to the community is a very important aspect of our business. Repeat business is a result of not only good quality work but having made great relationships with our clients. Some of those relationships have made us aware of community needs and allowed us the opportunity to aid in the cause. It’s a great privilege to be able to enhance the lives of our community and surrounding area.

Capital Proudly Supports

  • National Association of Chiefs of Police for Disabled Police Officers
  • School of the Osage Athletics
  • Eugene FFA
  • Missouri Valley Big Brothers Big Sisters
  • Cole County Sheriff’s Office 2017 Drug & Safety Education Program
  • HALO
  • American Heart Association
  • Mothers Against Drunk Driving
  • National Fire Safety Council, Inc. (fire safety education)
  • National Children’s Cancer Society
  • Special Olympics
  • United Breast Cancer Foundation
  • Children’s Wish Foundation
  • Riding for our Veterans
  • 4-H Foundation
  • St. Mary’s Hospital Foundation
  • Ride for Multiple Sclerosis
  • Numerous project graduations, athletic programs, community events
  • Champion of Hope sponsor of “First Call” – Alcohol/Drug Prevention & Recovery
    • Family Services-caring for kids, how to cope, counseling, intervention
    • Individuals-24/7 crisis call hotline, recovery advocacy, counseling and outpatient treatment
    • Community-community and school-based prevention


Kids Rock Program

Gary Wood of the Linn Creek Quarry wanted to offer local school children the opportunity to learn about quarries, how the rock can be used, etc. and created the Kids Rock Program. The program has around 500 kids visiting over a few months’ time, throughout the year. They are bussed over, given their safety green Capital t-shirts, a hard hat, and a Capital bag to collect their treasure that Gary has placed in a designated area for their visit. The first call to order is learning about safety and he then proceeds to explain some of the purposes and processes of the quarries. Gary and his wife have even gone as far as to make Rice Krispie treats, but it’s not just a treat. It, too, is a lesson in teaching the children how asphalt is made. He describes the Rice Krispies as the rock and the butter as the asphalt oil. When combined, you have your product! Each year, Gary and others take time out of their busy schedules to make a memorable and educational event for the kids. Thank you, Gary!