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Foxborough Cultural Council Announces Grant Recipients for 2014

Foxborough Cultural Council Announces Grant Recipients for 2014

Foxborough, MA, December 26, 2013:  The Foxborough Cultural Council is pleased to announce the names of the organizations that have been awarded grant funds for the calendar year 2014:

 

Taylor School PTO, Len Cabral – Storyteller; Fuller Craft Museum, [SENSE]ation Days; Duane Sullivan, Musical Programs for Seniors; Rachel Daly,           Hornithology Summer Horn Ensemble; Taylor School PTO, Applying Music and Performing Arts to Poetry; Mass Audubon Society, Stony Brook Wildlife Sanctuary       , Science Inside and Out; Greg Maichack, Sublime Sunflowers: Pastel Paint Life the Masters; Fuller Craft Museum, artKitchen Cafe Performance Series; Stephen Lewis; Art for a Cause - an International Poster Exhibit; Bay Colony Productions,            Disney's Alladin Jr.; Un-Common Theatre Company, Inc.          ,Young Performers: Charlotte's Web - The Musical; Un-Common Theatre Company, Inc.       Young Adult Company Production 2014; Henry Lappen,             Henry the Juggler Show

 

The Foxborough Cultural Council (FCC) would like to thank all organizations and individuals who submitted grant applications. The amount allocated to the FCC for 2014 was $4250.   

The FCC strives to inform individuals, schools and non-profit organizations in the town of Foxborough of grant funds available to support public programs promoting access, education diversity and excellence in the arts, humanities and interpretive sciences. Grants are awarded on the basis of financial need, community benefit and quality of the proposal. Guidelines are available at the Town Hall and online at  www.masssculturalcouncil.org. Residents interested in lending their time and talent to this committee can contact the Town Hall.  

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