Twenty-three non-profit and governmental groups in the Woodbury County area got a funding boost for their programs (today) Wednesday.
Each of the recipients received a grant from Missouri River Historical Development, the non-profit license holder of Sioux City’s Hard Rock Hotel and Casino.
MRHD President Dakin Schultz presented checks to the recipients totaling just over one-point-two million dollars, with the grants ranging from $25,000 to $100-thousand dollars each:
OC………..covered the gamut. ;11
Chris Liberto of Camp High Hopes was presented a check for $50-thousand dollars:
OC………..our doors. ;14
The Boys and Girl’s Club of Sioux City received $86,000 for a new roof.
Other grants included $100-thousand each for the Warming Shelter, LAMB Arts and St. Luke’s College of Nursing.
MRHD has issued over $36-million dollars in grants to local non-profits in Woodbury County since 1994.