The Clinton Herald, Clinton, Iowa

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February 28, 2011

Grant applications now available

CLINTON — Applications are now available for Fund A grants from the Clinton County Development Association, the organization in charge of portioning out Wild Rose Casino and Resort revenues toward community projects.

Any organization with the goal of accomplishing economic, civic or community development within the county can apply by visiting the Clinton Area Chamber of Commerce office at 721 S. Second St. in Clinton.

An application can also be mailed or e-mailed as well by calling Chamber Business Manager & Systems Administrator Shawn Hood at 242-5702 or e-mailing her at shood@clintonia.com.

Interested parties can also find a printable application at the CCDA’s new website, www.clintoncountydevelopment.org.

Fund A projects must cost at least $150,000, and no grant shall exceed 50 percent of its budget.

All applicants must show proof of matching funds equal to the amount of the grant requested.

Applications must be received at the Chamber’s office by 5 p.m. Tuesday, April 12, no exceptions.

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