Nearly $600,000 in grant funding will be distributed to 19 Clinton County nonprofit organizations, announced the LEGACY Fund grant committee, in partnership with the Clinton County Foundation. Decision makers for the LEGACY committee are Tony Long, Janet Dixon, Joe Hete, Michelle Morrison and Kerry Steed. The committee ensures that each organization is eligible for funding, […]
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The Clinton County LEGACY Fund Grant Committee awarded $30,000 to the SRWW Joint Fire District & EMS in the Sabina area for an off-road rescue vehicle. The funds will go to purchase a Polaris 4×4 off-road vehicle to provide the capabilities to take personnel and equipment to an injured or sick person who is not […]
The Clinton County LEGACY Fund Grant Committee awarded $44,800 to the Wilmington Fire Department for extraction equipment. The equipment is designed to free a person rapidly if they are trapped inside their vehicle as the result of a crash. Source: https://www.wnewsj.com/news/175307/wilmington-fire-department-receives-44800-for-extraction-equipment
The Clinton County LEGACY Fund Grant Committee awarded $50,000 to Blanchester Parks & Recreation to pave portions of the parking areas in Veterans Park, which will make the restrooms and concession stand handicap-accessible. Source: https://www.wnewsj.com/news/175115/blanchester-parks-recreation-receives-50000
The Clinton County LEGACY Fund Grant Committee awarded up to $89,000 to the Village of New Vienna for demolition of 132 Main Street as the building is a serious safety concern. This project is in partnership with other community organizations, Regional Planning Commission, Land Bank, the village, CDC of Ohio and commissioners. From left are: […]
Nearly $600,000 in LEGACY Fund grants to 19 Clinton County nonprofits, govt. entities Nearly $600,000 in grant funds will be distributed to 19 Clinton County nonprofit organizations, announced the LEGACY Fund Grant Committee, in partnership with the Clinton County Foundation. Decision-makers on the LEGACY committee are Tony Long, Janet Dixon, Joe Hete, Michelle Morrison and […]
The Clinton-Fayette Friendship Trail is extending its paved surface this week from Reesville to the bridge at Anderson Fork, a distance of about 2 miles. After this paving work is done, there will be less than a mile left to pave — from Melvin Road to the bridge over Anderson Fork — of the 7.1-miles […]
The Clinton County Foundation Board President Brad Reynolds welcomed three new members to the board recently. Additionally, Joe Hete will represent the LEGACY Fund, the largest fund at Foundation. The new board members are Lynn Deatherage, Barbara Deibel, and Eric Salyers. Each will serve a three-year term on the board. Deibel and Saylers will serve […]
The LEGACY Fund grant cycle opened on Monday, Feb. 1. The first step in the grant process is a letter of intent summarizing the applicant’s project, determining the community need and alignment to the LEGACY Fund’s mission to support the health, wellbeing and safety of Clinton County residents. The LEGACY Fund utilizes an electronic grant […]
By Gary Huffenberger – firstname.lastname@example.org WILMINGTON — Wanting to form intersections among local institutions, the Clinton County Legacy Fund Committee utilized Laurel Oaks and Wilmington College students to develop the new fund’s logo. In the process, students in related fields had a real-world project to work on, and Legacy Fund marketing branding dollars went for […]