Grant To Bayouth
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ECC Character Kids
November ECC Character Kids
Collinsville Early Childhood Center would like to announce the Cardinals of Character
for the month of November 2009. These kindergarten students exemplify the characteristics
of respect, self-discipline, commitment, and teamwork. Congratulations to these
Respect: Ethan Ritter, Natalie Belanger, Luke Dean, Sara Downard, Alissa Jones, Connor Rakes, Madalyn Aunko, Erik Meija
Self-discipline: Ava Campbell, Caden Russell, Janice Carpenter, Connor Winn, Ben Bird, Kenley Hardesty, Mavrik Garrison, Madeline Patterson
Commitment: Casandra Mercado, D.J. Sinnett, Nevaeh Bowman, Chandler Mabes, Ryan Gould, Baylee Poindexter, Andrew Carney, Katelynn Keister
Teamwork: Paegan Guthrie, Conner Santillan, Dalton Luedke, Colton McSperitt, Clayton Brewer, Cannon Howard, Mikey Ryan, Jessica Miller
(Submitted by Angela Means 11/18/2009)
Facade Grant Check Presentation
|Snook Bayouth, owner of Bayouth Insurance receives $2,000 facade grant check from Collinsville Downtown Inc. (CDI) for recent facade improvements at 1100 W. Main. CDI officials present were Roy Weathers, Cheri Buschmann and Mary Risley.|
Grant Dollars Still Available for Main Street Façade Improvements
A Façade Improvement
Grant Program funded by Collinsville Downtown, Inc. and FHL Bank, Topeka, Kansas
has provided financial assistance to seven downtown merchants for improvements
and repairs made to their business façades. Three additional property owners
are expected to receive grant monies in January 2010. There is nearly $4,000 in
grant dollars available to eligible businesses.|
the purpose of this program, the term façade includes upper and lower
matching Grant Fund for façade improvements has been implemented to:
Collinsville Downtown, Inc. Design Committee administers the Façade Grant program and offers design assistance to grantees. The Collinsville Downtown, Inc. Board of Directors approves all grants.
are available on a first-come, first-serve basis, and reflect a 50% match of the
completed project costs up to $2,000. For example, a project cost of $4,000 could
result in an grant award of $2,000.
more information contact the Collinsville Downtown Inc office at (918) 371-5530
or e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org.
From: COLLINSVILLE DOWNTOWN, INC.
Date: November 18, 2009