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Community Foundation Grant Winners

Monday, October 11, 2010

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The Clay County Community Foundation, Inc., awarded a challenge grant to the Clay Skatepark Association (through the Clay Community Parks Association) to match up to $7,500 in money raised for the construction of the new skatepark project. Pictured are skatepark representative Roberta Weliever, committee member Amee Embry, Foundation Board Vice-President Sam Glover, committee members Devin Gullet, Chris Gregg and Chuck Weliever. [Order this photo]

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The Clay County Community Foundation, Inc., awarded a challenge grant to the YMCA of Clay County to match up to $5,765 in money raised for the installation of a security system at the facility located at 225 E. Kruzan St., Brazil. Pictured are (left) YMCA board members Kim Emmert-O'Dell, Chris Gregg, interim director Debra Plummer, Foundation Board President Mike Lawson and YMCA board member Paul Sinders. [Order this photo]
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The Clay County Community Foundation, Inc., awarded a $750 grant to Child Adult Services (CAS) in support of the "Bonus Bucks" family incentive program during the annual Harvest Hoedown celebration Saturday. Pictured are (left) CAS Supervisor Heather Fields and Foundation Board President Mike Lawson. [Order this photo]
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During the annual Harvest Hoedown celebration Saturday, the Clay County Community Foundation, Inc., awarded a $1,500 grant to the Catholic Charities Food Pantry delivery program. Pictured are (left) Foundation Board Vice-President Sam Glover and Agency Director John Etling. [Order this photo]
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The Clay County Community Foundation, Inc., awarded a $5,000 grant to the Clay Community Schools LEAAP Center in support of education and training for at-risk children and adults. Pictured are (left) Foundation Board Vice-President Sam Glover, Board President Mike Lawson, LEAAP Center Coordinator Mary Yelton, Darcy Brown, Amanda Lee, Zoey Lee, Zayden Lee, Vicky Dawson and Chloe Lee. [Order this photo]
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The Clay County Community Foundation, Inc., awarded a $2,582 grant to Wreath Inc./The ROCK for the purchase of a security system for the youth center/coffee house located in Clay City. Pictured are (left) support committee members Paul Sinders, Susan Rhodes, Foundation Board Vice-President Sam Glover and co-owners Laura and Brian Wells. [Order this photo]
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During the annual Harvest Hoedown celebration Saturday, the Clay County Community Foundation, Inc., awarded a $5,000 grant to Serving on the Streets (S.O.S.) in support of a tutoring program. Pictured are (left) S.O.S. support staff members Bryar Nevins, Jake Ooley, S.O.S. Director Jenni Chamberlain, Foundation Board President Mike Lawson, S.O.S. support staff members Heather Hopkins and Matt Buell. [Order this photo]


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Thank you to the Clay County Community Foundation!! Your organization is truly an asset to our community.

-- Posted by jddriver4960 on Tue, Oct 12, 2010, at 9:52 AM


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