In her role as Program, Event and Marketing Coordinator, Molly Goettsch is involved in all the details that take place when planning annual events such as Autumn Fest, Hometown Christmas and the Golf Bash. Along with organizing Revive after 5's that take place throughout DeWitt, Lunch and Learns and hopefully some new events for the future.
Molly is a Clinton High School graduate. Followed by attending Iowa State University where she received a Bachelor’s in Apparel Merchandising and Design. While attending Iowa State, she met her husband Lance Goettsch who encouraged her to study abroad in Florence, Italy. Following graduation, Molly followed Lance to Masaka, Uganda in East Africa where they worked on bean production systems together.
Molly and Lance just recently moved back to the area where they have purchased a house in Lance’s hometown of Calamus, IA. Molly enjoys traveling anywhere she is able to go for any excuse possible. Molly is well known for her love of animals and currently has a cat named Louie which she brought back with her from Uganda.
Contact Molly by email: email@example.com
Looking for a specific good or service? LOOK LOCAL FIRST and explore the over 200 local members in our DCDC Business Directory.
The DCDC provides strong relationships with local businesses by providing innovative marketing and incentives, all designed to maintain and build successful entrepreneurs.more
The DCDC provides a direct link to community events and activities. We, in turn, are able to provide information pertaining to such events to our customers. Our community and its businesses can...more
By getting to know us, the DCDC can tell people what we offer and send them our way.more
The DCDC presented Hansen Monuments with a “Spotlight of Success” award honoring our 25th year as a DeWitt business! We can’t say enough good about the DCDC and our community support!...
- Kathy Donahue, Hansen Monuments
By hosting a Revive After Five in September, we were able to celebrate our 25th Anniversary with the DCDC membership and gain great exposure in our community.more