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Riverboat Foundation awards 31 grants

May 03, 2013

This is a list of the 31 recipients from the spring grants the Washington County Riverboat Foundation gave out on Wednesday, May 1.

St. Mary’s Church in Riverside for steeple repair in the amount of $41,500; Keota Community Schools for gymnasium floor replacement in the amount of $38,700; GIVE (Golf for Injured Veterans Everywhere) for their annual golf event in the amount of $10,000; City of West Chester for water plant improvements in the amount of $2,400; Riverside VFW for building renovations in the amount of $7,000; Washington County Conservation for lodge proximity update in the amount of $51,400; City of Keota for making a climb in the amount of $7,258; Washington County Libraries for summer reading program in the amount of $1,600; Washington Concert Association in the amount of $3,312; City of West Chester for park improvements in the amount of $15,200; City of Washington for tennis court improvements in the amount of $27,000; Washington County YMCA for a wellness park and Riverside study in the amount of $15,500; Keokuk Historical Society for restoration of stained glass windows in the amount of $36,600; City of Brighton for a fire station addition in the amount of $46,189; Mid-Prairie Community School Districts for baseball field improvements in the amount of $10,500; United Church of Crawfordsville for HVAC and water heaters in the amount of $34,370; City of Washington for cemetery monument restoration in the amount of $15,000; Highland Community School District for band and choir equipment in the amount of $6,300; City of Riverside for Riverside Blues Fest in the amount of $7,150; WCDC for accessible seating in the amount of $3,950; West Chester Heritage for dining room renovations in the amount of $17,021; City of Wellman for park restroom improvements in the amount of $25,000; Highland Community School District for projectors for wireless connectivity in the amount of $30,000; Washington County Historical Society for the Native American artifacts room in the amount of $15,000; Washington Area Softball Association for portable fencing in the amount of $1,470; Riverside Ball Association for concession stand improvements in the amount of $5,400; City of Brighton for playground restoration and a Ding Darling mural in the amount of $14,946; Highland Community School District for the Ainsworth Elementary School playground in the amount of $59,610; Washington County Hospital for patient room improvements in the amount of $100,000; City of Kalona for a new front line firetruck in the amount of $250,000 over a two-year increment; and the Washington Betterment Committee for a new auditorium at Washington High School in the amount of $2.5 million.

 

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