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Foundation awards grants to Hi-Line EMS, Liberty County 4-H


Last updated 4/20/2021 at 10:05am

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Liberty County 4-H'ers pose with the award The Golden Prairie Community Foundation made to Liberty County 4-H Council.

From Golden Prairie Community Foundation

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Members of Hi-Line Emergency Medical Services pose for a photograph with the grant awarded by The Golden Prairie Community Foundation.

The Golden Prairie Community Foundation, an affiliate of Montana Community Foundation, recently awarded $2,000 in grants to Hi-Line Emergency Medical Services and the Liberty County 4-H Council. These organizations have exciting, community-based projects that will work for the improvement and sustainability of Hi-Line communities.

The Golden Prairie Community Foundation has awarded over $4,500 in grants over the past six years to local non-profit organizations including the Joplin Commercial Club, the Chester-Joplin-Inverness Education Foundation, Rudyard Historical Society, Rudyard Commercial Club, Liberty County 4-H Council, Golden Triangle Center and Hill County Ambulance.

Grants will continue to be awarded on a yearly basis. All local non-profit organizations are encouraged to apply.

For questions about the Golden Prairie Community Foundation, people can contact Jesse Fulbright at 759-5625.


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