Woodbury County partnering with Plymouth to host Grant Writing 101 on April 21

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Representatives of nonprofits, local government, schools and other organizations are encouraged to register for Grant Writing 101, which will be presented from 1 to 4 p.m. on Wednesday, April 21 at 251 12th St SE (lower level Le Mars Convention Center), Le Mars.
The workshop is being sponsored by Iowa State University Extension -- Plymouth and Woodbury counties. Grant Writing 101 will provide hands-on training in seeking and writing successful grant applications.
The fee for the workshop is $25, with pre-registration required by April 19 at bit.ly/grant101pc.
Participants are encouraged to bring a laptop, iPad or tablet device to the workshop, if they have one available. All participants will be required to wear face masks, and class size will be limited.
Grant Writing 101 will be presented by Jane Nolan Goeken, Community and Economic Development Specialist with ISU Extension and Outreach. Goeken has more than 30 years of experience writing and reviewing grant applications and working with various federal, state, local and private foundation grant programs. She will assist workshop participants in exploring various public and private funding sources, and provide instruction and tips on planning projects and writing successful grant applications.
For more information about the workshop, contact Goeken at jngoeken@iastate.edu or 712-240-2504.

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