Group hands out grants

Funding comes from the Greenwood improvement Society, in conjunction with the Phoenix Foundation of the Boundary Communities.

  • Jun. 25, 2015 7:00 a.m.

The Greenwood Improvement Society presented the Grant Recipients for 2015 with their funding at the museum on June 23. (From left) Art Mudrie - TGIS Grant Committee Chair

The following groups were successful in receiving grant funding from The Greenwood Improvement Society (in conjunction with the Phoenix Foundation of the Boundary Communities):

The Greenwood and District Public Library Association received a grant in the amount of $779.84 for the purchase of a new computer for the circulation desk.

The Greenwood Heritage Society (museum) received a grant in the amount of $426.25 for the purchase of a male mannequin for the hotel room display in the museum.

The City of Greenwood (swimming pool) received a grant in the amount of $1,363.56 for the painting of the interior of the Greenwood pool.

The Greenwood Community Association received a grant in the amount of $440.36 for the purchase of commercial-grade stainless steel pots for the kitchen in the community hall.

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