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2008 Community Foundation Grant recipients

Wednesday, October 8, 2008

The Clay Community Schools Creating Positive Relationships (CPR) program received an $8,000 grant for comprehensive abstinence-based curriculum to educate about the consequences of sexual choices from the Clay County Community Foundation Tuesday. In total, $32,550 in grants was awarded during the annual reception. Pictured are (from left Community Foundation President Mike Lawson and CPR Director Kandace Brown.


To support the Area 7 program for nutrition in Clay County, the Clay County Community Foundation awarded the Area 7 Agency on Aging and Disables/WCIEDD, Inc., a grant worth $5,000. Pictured are (from left) Chris Mangia and Joyce Emmert.


The Clay County Community Foundation awarded a $250 grant to the Ronald McDonald House of Indiana, Inc., as support for families unable to pay for housing Tuesday. Pictured are (from left) Foundation President Mike Lawson, Shaney Dale and Morgan Dale.


For renovations at Camp Krietenstein, Center Point, the Clay County Community Foundation awarded a $3,500 grant to the Crossroads of America, Boy Scouts of America Tuesday. Pictured are (from left) Foundation President Mike Lawson, John Fieck and James Stolt.


The Clay County Community Foundation awarded a grant of $3,000 to the Clay County Sheriff's Department Tuesday as support for vet visits and vehicle improvements. Paul Sinders presents Clay County Sheriff Mike Heaton with the check as board member Sue Ridenour looks on.


The Clay County Community Foundation awarded a $3,800 grant to the Clay Community Schools LEAAP Center for the Cumberland Academy Alternative School and Clay County Family Literacy programs Tuesday. Pictured are (from left) Foundation member Scott Hill, LEAAP Center Director Mary Yelton, Nancy Nevins and Jeannine Muncie.


The R.E.I.N. Center Coalition, Inc., received a $1,750 grant from the Clay County Community Foundation Tuesday for bookshelves, file and storage cabinets, book carts and Internet services. Pictured are (from left) Foundation President Mike Lawson and Carole Mayrose.


To support the Tools for Schools program, the Clay County Community Foundation presented a grant of $1,250 to the Salvation Army Clay County Service Extension Unit Tuesday. Pictured are (from left) Jodi Lohrman, Foundation Member Terry Anderson and Major Chuck Kennedy.


On Tuesday, the Clay County Community Foundation awarded a $5,000 grant to Serving on the Streets for support to promote hygiene, school skills, social and economic skills. Pictured are (from left) Foundation member Jerry Anderson and Brook Reinoehl.


On Tuesday, the Clay County Community Foundation awarded a grant of $1,000 to the Clay County Sheriff's Posse for safety equipment, reflective protection devices for persons and animals, flashlights and radio batteries. Pictured are (from left) Jan Howell, Virginia Hill, Clay County Sheriff Mike Heaton and Jim Romas.



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