George R. Davis Fund gives $10K in Lowville grants

CONTRIBUTEDHon. George R. Davis

LOWVILLE — The George R. Davis Fund of the Northern New York Community Foundation is awarding $10,000 in grant support for four projects.

The geographic-specific fund serves as a permanent resource for programs, projects and initiatives to enhance quality of life in the village and town of Lowville in perpetuity.

Double Play Community Sports Center will receive a $4,250 grant to assist with start-up programming at a new teen and senior activity center on North State Street.

Lewis County Amateur Hockey Association will receive $3,500 to help the organization meet its fundraising goal to install new chiller lines at the Lewis County Skating Rink.

Lewis County Historical Society will receive $1,500 to support publication costs associated with a book it plans to publish in collaboration with the New York State Bar Association about the legal history of Lewis County. The funding will also help the organization secure a student intern and assist with an internship stipend.

Lowville Free Library will receive $750 to support an educational lab for local children to introduce coding and teach students broader problem-solving skills.

Johnson Newspapers 7.1

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