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Bank It selects 2020 Visions and awards multiple mini grants

 

December 15, 2019

Top Left: Community Garden Mini Grant from Bank It - From left: Kirk Trekell, Kendra Schnebel, Susan Holiday, Kelsey Martin. Top Right: Northwest Family Services Foster Care program received a mini grant from Bank It. From left: Kelsey Martin, Kirk Trekell, Amber Maier. Bottom Left: OSU Extension Life Skills Mini Grant from Bank It - From left: Kelsey Martin, Magen Lehr, Susan Holiday, Kendra Schnebel. Bottom Right: Woods County 4-H Mini Grant from Bank It - From left: Amy Erikson, Magen Lehr, Austin Rankin, Greg Highfill.

Bank It board members met in early December to interview applicants and select their 2020 Visions. There were many applicants and the Bank It Board was impressed with all the worthy causes.

The Visions Selected

1st Quarter Vision: Hatfield Park Educational Trail/Solar Charging Benches

This project is in the works and will provide an educational trail throughout Hatfield Park. It will allow members of the community to walk an educational trail with roadmaps and integrated technology stops along the way. These stops would include highlighting natural features and animals commonly found in the...



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