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Spring grants fund a wide range of projects

July 24, 2013
The Journal

NEW ULM - The New Ulm Area Foundation celebrated the awarding of its 2013 Spring Grants at a luncheon at the NU Chef's Panty. All of the organizations that received grants were represented.

The spring 2013 Grants awarded were as follows:

New Ulm Battery: $1,000 for the 150th anniversary of the Battle of Gettysburg and founding of the New Ulm Battery; ProKinship for Kids: $2,000 for academic mentoring; Friends of German Park: $700 for their inter-cultural demonstration at the park; Putting Green: $1,500 for the fence at the community garden; Boy Scout Troop 25: $250 for improvements at Junior Pioneer Park in New Ulm; New Ulm Christkindlmarkt: $1,000 for an old world European style festival featuring handmade works and performances by local artisans; Healthy Community Healthy Youth: $1,000 for the S.P.O.T.S. program; Quiltistry: $1,000 for a celebration of the art and history of quilting; Milford Township: $3,000 for the relocation and renovation of the Town Hall.

Article Photos

Back row left to right: Bob Wise, Grant Chairman for the New Ulm Area Foundation; Mike Brigger, executive director of Healthy Community Healthy Youth’ Lisa Rieke-Knaak, executive director for the Grand Center for Arts and Culture; Mary Jane Glawe, project coordinator Christkindlmarkt; Heather Hammer, artistic director for Christkindlmarkt; Tracie Vranich, Executive Director of The Putting Green, Amanda Groebner, Environmental Educator for the Putting Green, Lori Otis, Junior Pioneer Park; Deb Dove of Milford Township. Front Row: Kari Beran, director of Prokinship for Kids; Joleen Koch, Quiltistry Project; Salley De St. Croix, event director Christkindlmarkt; Donna Lambrecht, president of the New Ulm Area Foundation; Denis Warta representing the New Ulm Battery and the Friends of German Park. Front: Alex Guggisberg, the Pioneer Park Project.

The New Ulm Area Foundation also presented a check for $10,000 to the Grand Center for the Arts and Culture as the second installment of a three-year commitment to the project.

 
 

 

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