Tillotson Fund awards $648K in grants to benefit North Country
• Androscoggin River Committee of Milan, $12,000 to support public education and outdoor recreation-based marketing and events for New Hampshire’s Androscoggin River watershed.
• Great North Woods Committee for the Arts of Colebrook, $12,000 to support performing arts programming in Coos County.
• Lancaster United Methodist Church, $17,500 to purchase and install a walk-in cooler to improve access to healthy, perishable food for the Community Cupboard Food Pantry.
• Town of Pittsburg, $14,607 to complete the final phase of a capital project by constructing a bandstand on the town common.
• Milan Village School, $15,000 to provide bridge funding to support the development of a self-sustaining, affordable preschool program for the Town of Milan.
Concord-based grant recipients with programs in the North Country are:
• New Hampshire Timberland Owners Association, $22,900 to support research for an updated economic impact study of the timber harvesting industry in New Hampshire.
• Additionally, Wholesome Wave of Bridgeport, Conn., received $43,206 to support Coos County in building and connecting to a sustainable statewide system improving access to local affordable produce.
“The impact of this fund on a community, and an entire region, is remarkable,” he said, “just like the legacy of Mr. and Mrs. Tillotson.”
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