Wednesday, November 9, 2016

Did you hear the news about $35,550 in REAP grants for the little City of Lake Worth?

This was front page news last month in The Lake Worth Herald, news you may have missed about grants from the Palm Beach County Office of Community Revitalization (REAP): 

     “Several Lake Worth Neighborhood Associations and non-profit organizations were delighted this week to receive final approval from the Palm Beach County Board of Commissioners for neighborhood improvement grants they applied for earlier this year. 
     In all, a total of $35,550 was granted by the County for projects including Neighborhood Street Banners, Neighborhood Crime Watch programs, Neighborhood Park and Greenway improvements, Little Free Libraries and a new Homework Zone at the Lake Worth Library.
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