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Neighbors Growing Together | Jun 18, 2018

Smaller mini grants benefit many recipients

By Xiomara Levsen | Jul 20, 2017



Listed below are the recipients of the mini grants.

The Washington County Railroad Historical Society, $2,000 for HO room cabinets; Families Helping Families, $2,000 for storage shed, cots and Santa; Washington Area Amateur Radio Club, $2,000 for communications trailer upgrade; Washington County Domestic Violence, $2,000 for domestic violence awareness; Wayland Mennonite Association, $2,000 for window replacements; Washington Concert Association, $1,650 for Sue Ellen Hegstrom concert; Muscles in Motion, $2,000 for supplies for farm maintenance; Successful Living, $2,000 for housing beautification; Columbus Community Senior Center, $2,000 to replace lighting with LED; WCDC Inc., $2,000 for technology upgrade; Washington County Y, $2,000 for Kewash Trail half marathon; Lone Tree Historical Society, $2,000 for museum entrance; The Village Community, $1,824 for assistive technology; Girl Scouts of Eastern Iowa and Western Illinois, $2,000 for leadership program;

The Preemie Project, $2,000 for Safe Sleep Program of UICH NICU; Iowa Humane Alliance, $2,000 for spay/neuter assistance; Noah’s Ark Animal Foundation, $1,872 for shade structure, benches and carriers; Shelter House Community Shelter, $1,600 for Fairweather Lodge appliances; Richland Area Development Group, $2,000 for cardio equipment; Washington County Historical Society, $2,000 for lawn and landscaping; Lake Darling Youth Center, $1,939 for cabin mattress replacements; Holy Trinity Catholic Church, $2,000 for water treatment system; St. Mary’s Catholic Church, $2,000 for Catholic Youth Conference; St. James Catholic Church, $2,000 for Catholic Youth Conference; United Way of Johnson and Washington Counties, $2,000 for Money Smart Washington County; Blair House Nonprofit Corporation, $2,000 for meeting room carpeting; Friends of Lake Darling, $2,000 for lodge tables; Wellman Heritage Society, $1,000 for museum computer; Camp Reece, $2,000 for program supplies and scholarships; Kalona Historical Society, $2,000 for Quilt and Textile Library steps; Washington County Pheasants Forever, $500 for Youth Pheasant Hunt; Wellman Chamber of Commerce, $1,500 for building structural evaluation; 4CS Community Child Care, $2,000 for Early Words Matter; Cub Scout Pack 234, $2,000 for enclosed storage trailer; Keota Unlimited, $2,000 for Keota Downtown Improvements; Systems Unlimited, $2,000 for Remote Training Project; Washington Chamber of Commerce, $2,000 for Chamber membership plaques; Louisa County Area Vietnam Veterans, $2,000 for Flagpoles and Flag Project; Kids Corral, $2,000 for classroom update; Washington County Fair, $2,000 for Dallmeyer Hall landscaping; Washington Economic Development Group, $2,000 for conference room A/V upgrades; Washington Community Theater, $2,000 for Pirate School children’s show;

Take a Kid Outdoors, $2,000 for tents and patio heaters; Main Street Washington, $2,000 for holiday decorations; Rural Health and Safety of Eastern Iowa, $2,000 for rural health and ATV safety; L.E.T.’s Center, $2,000 for Red Cedar chamber music concert; YMCA of Washington County, $2,000 for Elementary Early Out program; Wellman Fire Department, $2,000 for fire hose nozzles; Kirkwood Community College, $1,125 for elementary field trip; Dutch Creek Township, $2,000 for Tyrone Cemetery restoration; Washington County Extension, $2,000 for Pick a Better Snack; and the Washington Public Library, $2,000 for Indoor Play at the Library.

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