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2018 Season Funds Awarded!

Below is a list of projects to be funded with 2018 Summer Season collections. Huge thanks to all the volunteers in our community!

Bear Creek Council • $2,942 for Earth Day, Bear Aware Trash Bins ($5,006 requested)

Entre Nous • $1,900 for Scout House Kitchen Appliances ($1,900 requested)

Electric Peak Arts Council • $1,350 Shakespeare in the Parks ($1,350 requested) • $2,391 for Donna Oblongata Show and Workshop ($2,391 requested) • $2,300 Youth Initiative in School Workshops ($2,300 requested) • Not funded: Season Support ($3,000 requested)

Future Farmers of America Alumni & Supporters • $3,760 Gardiner Chapter Start-Up Costs ($10,000 requested)

Gardiner Public Schools • $250,000 Boilers-Phase One ($250,000 requested)

Gardiner Water & Sewer • $86,032 for Spring Box Improvements ($86,032 requested) • Not funded: Granite Street Water Line Replacement Study ($32,900 requested)

Gateway Hose Company • $66,930 for Ambulance Equipment ($66,930 requested) • 2017 ROLLOVER: $80,000 for Building Expansion

Greater Gardiner Community Council • $2,136 Jail Final Phase ($4,141 requested) • 2017 ROLLOVER: $10,500 for Historic Jail Roof and Fence • 2017 ROLLOVER: $683 Grant Writer • Not funded: Successful Gardiner Community Planning ($30,000 requested)

North Yellowstone Education Foundation • $2,100 for Missoula Children’s Theater ($2,100 requested)

Gardiner Rodeo Club • Not funded: Rodeo Bathrooms ($25,000 requested) • Not funded: Rodeo Start-Up Funds ($30,000 requested) • Not funded: Rodeo Chute Signs ($4,200 requested) • Not funded: Rodeo Picnic Structure ($10,000 requested)

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