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Community Foundation hands out $263,576 to 47 local organizations

LOCK HAVEN – The Clinton County Community Foundation has awarded grants totaling $263,576 to 47 local organizations in this the 50th year of the foundation that now manages nearly 50 named funds that collectively add up to more than $7 million in assets.

– A Woman’s Concern, $5,000, to prepare a Lock Haven site of Pregnancy Resource Center.

– American Red Cross North Central PA Chapter, $3,000, for home fire financial assistance.

– Annie Halenbake Ross Library (Friendship Library), $1,893, for McNaughton Books for patrons.

– Annie Halenbake Ross Library (Renovo Library), $14,000, for carpet replacement and epoxy flooring.

– Annie Halenbake Ross Library ( Ross Library), $3,000, for public-use photo copier replacement.

– Annie Halenbake Ross Library (Traveling Library), $2,193, for large print material.

– Artpost Awareness Inc., $787, for vehicle insurance for the “Artmobile” for one year.

– Avis Fire Co. No. 1, $908, for new power tools for ventilation and storm clean up.

– Bucktail Medical Center, $12,120, for rooftop heating unit repair.

– Camp Cadet, $5,000, Clinton County Police Camp Cadet.

– Central Pennsylvania Food Bank, $2,000, for MilitaryShare in Clinton County.

– Citizens Hose of South Renovo, $5,000, for air pack replacement.

– City of Lock Haven, $2,500, for City Beach Recreation Program.

– City of Lock Haven, $5,000, 2020 Summer Concert Series.

– Clinton County Arts Council, $5,000, for Lock Haven JAMS Festival.

– Clinton County CleanScapes Inc., $4,500, for clean-up event and butterfly garden.

– Clinton County Conservation District, $1,500, for Conservation Summer Camp.

– Clinton County Economic Partnership Foundation, $5,000, for Leadership Clinton County.

– Clinton County Fair Assn., $7,000, for phone/networking internet project.

– Clinton County Fire Police, $3,000, for repair of fire police unit.

– Clinton County Healthy Communities Dental Clinic, $7,867, for new equipment.

– Clinton County Historical Society, $8,850 for water tower kiosk renovation project.

– Clinton County SPCA, $7,500, for spay/neuter program.

– Clinton County Women’s Center, $5,000, for technology consolidation, heating repair.

– Clinton Little League, $2,000, for game balls, rakes, catcher equipment.

– Dogwood Circle Garden Club, $1,100, for City Gardens.

– Downtown Lock Haven Inc., $1,000 for audio equipment.

– Downtown Lock Haven Inc., $2,500, for computer and software upgrades.

– Flemington Borough, $2,554, for Grove Park improvements.

– Foundation for Free Enterprises, $3,750, for Pennsylvania Free Enterprise Week 2020.

– Goodwill Hose Co. #3, $8,700, for air packs.

– Goodwill Ambulance Assn., $723, for upgrade of modem for cardiac monitoring.

– Greater Renovo Heritage Park, $2,500, for Summer in the Parks.

– Horses of Hope, $3,200, for an Independence Saddle.

– Horses of Hope, $2,400, for instructor certification, CE training.

– In Your Shoes, $5,000, for funding sports and activities for low-income children.

– Infant Development, $15,000, for replacement of mini-van.

– Kent’s Fest, $5,000, for 19th Annual Kent’s Fest.

– Keystone Central School District, $6,000, for Summer Recreation Program.

– Lock Haven Area Shoe Bank, $10,000, for new shoes, socks, boots and books to kids.

– Lock Haven Area Jaycees, $2,550, for marketing and outreach project.

– Make-A-Wish Foundation, $8,800, for wishmaker grants.

– Mill Hall Borough, $4,500, for playground project.

– Mill Hall Borough, $9,000, for Community Pool chemicals.

– Mill Hall Borough, $3,000, for Community Pool restoration.

– Millbrook Playhouse, $6,000, for Senior and Veteran Patrons Program.

– Nittany Valley Volunteer Fire Co., $3,600, for Operation Communication.

– Piper Aviation Museum, $4,200, for hangar door actuator replacement.

– Porter Township, $3,000, for Community building renovation/improvements.

– Renovo Borough, $3,040, for park equipment.

– Sugar Valley Lions Club, $5,000, for Sugar Valley Food Bank.

– Salvation Army of Lock Haven, $5,000 for Lock Haven’s “Kids’ Cafe”.

– Volunteer Fire Company of Mill Hall, $2,300, for exhaust fan and handlights.

– West Branch Drug and Alcohol Abuse Commission, $5,250, for IMPACT Positive Message Assemblies.

– Western Clinton County Recreation Authority, $5,000, for Flaming Foliage Festival.

– Western Clinton County Recreation Authority, $3,650, for capital improvements and equipment.

– Western Clinton County Recreation Authority, $640, for Renovo Area Community Choir.

See Saturday’s addition of The Express for even more information regarding the community foundation.

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