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All foundation grant recipients listed

Dec 12, 2013

The fall 2013 Washington County Riverboat foundation recipients are: the City of Crawfordsville for park improvements in the amount of $6,662; Habitat for Humanity for the Lee Buchholz build in the amount of $25,000; the Kalona Historical Society for a roof on the gallery in the amount of $16,255; Eastern Iowa Honor Flight for an Honor Flight in the amount of $52,500; PAWS & More for floor renovations in the amount of $10,146; Rubio Community Club for septic system replacement in the amount of $15,000; the YMCA of Washington County for community soccer fields in the amount of $44,683; St. James Elementary School for computer centers at the school in the amount of $25,650; Wilson Memorial Library for improving services in the amount of $1,675; Humanities Iowa for the Brinton film collection in the amount of $51,000; the City of Brighton for new fire turnout gear in the amount of $24,794; Families Helping Families shoe voucher program for $5,000; WCDC for uniformed technology in the amount of $14,000; a MacBook lab for the Highland Community School District totaling $20,000; the Richmond AMVETS for sewer upgrades totaling $10,800; Wilson Memorial Library for glass in the museum totaling $650; the City of Riverside for a new concession stand and new restrooms in Hull Park for $21,000; the City of Wellman for North Park improvements totaling $7,000; the City of West Chester for restoring tombstones in the cemetery totaling $14,200; the Brighton Lions Club for a new stage in city park for $36,475; the Columbus Junction American Legion for replacing windows in the amount of $4,000; Community Chest of Washington for community awareness programs totaling $2,000; Kirkwood Community Foundation for $100,000 for classroom equipment at the Washington County Regional Center; Riverside Ball Association for upgrades to the softball field totaling $8,500; Washington County Mini Bus for replacing buses in the amount of $26,000; Highland Community Schools for a storage project totaling $7,000; Washington Community School District for computers in the Washington High School computer lab totaling $16,675; East Central Housing Trust Fund for $4,000; Riverside V.F.W. for a flood control barrier totaling $105,000; Main Street Washington’s Main Street Initiative for $50,000; the Riverside History Center for new displays and a computer totaling $2,150; Washington County Pheasants Forever for banquet supplies totaling $2,000; new track hurdles for the Highland Community School District totaling $4,007; Chromebooks for the Washington Community School District totaling $9,555; the Washington County Extension for the “Pick a Better Snack” program totaling to $2,300; the City of Keota to clear up lots for development in the amount of $15,200; the Crisis Center of Johnson County for its suicide prevention program totaling $8,000; Washington Chamber of Commerce for the 175th Celebration in June for the amount of $35,000; a new playground at the Washington Head Start location of HACAP in the amount of $40,000; Iowa Radio Reading for the IRIS in Washington County totaling $1,200; Kalona Historical Society for quilt preservation and storage in the amount of $23,107; St. Joseph Parish in Hills for an elevator and handicap accessibility totaling to $80,877; Sunrise Child Care for a new vehicle for $12,500; Washington County Extension office for a new copy machine totaling $6,120; City of Kalona for a new entrance sign to the cemetery totaling $25,000; City of Keota for security cameras in the park totaling $906; Washington Economic Development Group for a historical registry totaling $7,900; Keota Community School District’s program called Families Learning Together in the amount of $3,000; Washington High School Parent Teacher Organization for the indoor garden in the amount of $10,000; Old Threshers Association for historic trolley preservation in the amount of $32,800; City of Kalona for the English River Watershed Management Authority for $20,000; and the Friends of Lake Darling for three four-season cabins in the amount of $298,500.

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