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Eddy County 4-H among Garrison Diversion grant recipients

 

October 21, 2019



The Garrison Diversion Conservancy District’s Recreation Committee recently awarded matching recreation grants to 13 projects totaling $259,288. Eddy County was awarded $8,933 to construct a 4-H pavilion at the county fairgrounds. Other projects approved were as follows:

• City of Harvey: $50,000 to develop a Community Facility and Clubhouse at the Harvey Golf Course.

• Grand Forks Park District: $35,000 for Phase II of the Kannowski Skate Park and $100,000 for a visitor center at the Veteran’s Memorial Park.

• Bismarck Parks & Recreation: $15,053 to create play nodes in Zonta Park

• Devils Lake Park Board: $15,000 to purchase new equipment for the Lakewood Park Playground

• Bottineau County Commission: $10,000 for the construction of a bathroom facility at the Lake Metigoshe VFW Park

• McLean County Fair Association: $8,770 to purchase bleachers and benches to increase seating capacity at the McLean County Fairgrounds

• City of Garrison: $7,750 to install concrete parking pads at the Northview Trailer Court RV Park

• Medina Park Board: $2,250 to install a Frisbee golf course at the Medina  

• City Park and $2,000 to update the RV electrical hookups at the Medina City Park

• Burleigh County Water Resource District: $3,478 for the installation of a vault toilet at the McDowell Dam Recreation Area

• Stutsman County Park Board: $1,054 to develop the Island Trail at the Jamestown Reservoir

“Our Recreation Committee is excited to distribute another large round of funds to recreation projects in the district,” said Bill Krivarchka, Recreation Committee Chairman. “I am proud we have been able to positively impact many communities by providing recreation opportunities to enjoy!”

Garrison Diversion dedicates two-tenths of its one-mill levy to the matching recreation grant program to qualifying projects within the 28-county district and has awarded over $5.0 million to valuable recreation projects since the program began in 1990. The Recreation Committee meets every spring and fall to consider applications. The next deadline for recreation grant applications is April 1, 2020.

For more information on Garrison Diversion’s matching recreation grant program, contact Merri Mooridian at (701) 652-3194, [email protected] or PO Box 140, Carrington, ND 58421.

 
 

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