With permission I’m using Mary Lindsey’s words ” my pictures!
“Congratulations to all the Lake Worth Neighborhood Associations and non-profits whose grant applications were recommended for approval at the REAP graduation ceremony this morning. Excellent work Lake Worth. All in, we brought home $36,050 for neighborhood improvements – just shy of 30% of the total amount awarded to all of Palm Beach County. Here’s the list in no particular order:”
Friends of the Lake Worth Library – $5,000 for Little Free Libraries
Eden Place Neighborhood – $1,900 for a Crime Watch program
NAPC – $5,000 to fund street banners for Neighborhood Assns.
ROLO – $2,000 for a Crime Watch program
Royal Poinciana – $1,500 for neighborhood clean-up tool and supplies
Royal Poinciana – $650 for neighborhood outreach printed material
Tropical Ridge – $5,000 for neighborhood signage and other outreach materials including street banners
Operation Re-Boot – $400 to fund a 501c3 designation
Neighbors Helping Neighbors – $400 to fund a 501c3 designation
Editors note: There is more to this than what you see here. To get to this success these great folks spent weeks giving up their lives to help others as attendance was mandatory. The study book had about 300 some pages. Now the tough part was doing everything in triplicate. Chasing down documents and much more. It was worth while. We can never thank any of them enough for what they achieved on our communities behalf.