Mini-grant applications being accepted through March 1
The Woodbury County 4-H Foundation has established a mini-grant which is designed to encourage 4-H members and clubs to carryout projects which will benefit the community. The Foundation will provide up to $100 in matching funds to help clubs or individual 4-H'ers get the money they need to complete a community project. This is the third year mini-grants have been offered.
Deadline to apply is Saturday, March 1. Questions may be directed to ISU Extension Program Coordinator Adrienne Jansen at email@example.com or (712) 276-2157.
TheWoodbury County 4-H Foundation awarded two mini-grants last year. The Arlington Future Farmers made fleece blankets for the Woodbury County Community Action Agency, and the Moville Masters used the funds for new Christmas decorations for the light posts on Main Street.
Click here for mini-grant guidelines and application.
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