Foundation for Tri-State Community Fund
Looking For Projects to Enhance
Greenup Countyís Natural Beauty
January 22, 2008
Do you or a club youíre in have an interest in improving or enhancing Greenup Countyís environment?
If you do, then the Foundation for the Tri-State Community may be able to provide financial support for the project, according to Mary Witten Wiseman, the foundationís president. The foundationís Greenup County Green Fund is currently looking for projects that will enhance the countyís natural beauty.
Last yearís recipients completed a number of special projects, Wiseman said. These included: The City of Raceland received $500 to assist in its Raceland Historical Tour and Beautification Project; the Girl Scouts, Wilderness Road Council, received $250 to conduct a Greenup County environmental project, and the Heritage Arts & Science Tourism Center received $150 for its Herbal Garden and 1800ís Landscaping project.
Detailed application information is available from the foundation at (606) 324-3888 or may be picked up at the foundation offices on the second floor of 1999 Winchester Avenue in Ashland. The deadline for applications is March 31. Awards are expected to be made by April 30.
The Foundation for the Tri-State Community, Inc. is a community foundation serving eastern Kentucky, southern Ohio and southwestern West Virginia. It is the oldest community foundation in the tri-state area.