Bossard receives McDonald’s grant


McDonald’s of the Tri-State recently concluded its annual Community Grants Program. Dr. Samuel L. Bossard Memorial Library was named one of the 21 recipients of a $1,000 grant. The award was presented on behalf of local McDonald’s Owner/Operator Kurt Sauber. The goal of the program is to encourage local organizations to implement programs that improve their communities. The $1,000 grants must be used toward execution of the selected programs. The library plans to use the funds to support their “Bi-Folkal” senior outreach program. The program provides social events for local seniors where they engage in hands-on activities. Pictured from left to right are General Manager Kristy Bailey, Library Director Debbie Saunders, and Angie Shaw.

McDonald’s of the Tri-State recently concluded its annual Community Grants Program. Dr. Samuel L. Bossard Memorial Library was named one of the 21 recipients of a $1,000 grant. The award was presented on behalf of local McDonald’s Owner/Operator Kurt Sauber. The goal of the program is to encourage local organizations to implement programs that improve their communities. The $1,000 grants must be used toward execution of the selected programs. The library plans to use the funds to support their “Bi-Folkal” senior outreach program. The program provides social events for local seniors where they engage in hands-on activities. Pictured from left to right are General Manager Kristy Bailey, Library Director Debbie Saunders, and Angie Shaw.


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McDonald’s of the Tri-State recently concluded its annual Community Grants Program. Dr. Samuel L. Bossard Memorial Library was named one of the 21 recipients of a $1,000 grant. The award was presented on behalf of local McDonald’s Owner/Operator Kurt Sauber. The goal of the program is to encourage local organizations to implement programs that improve their communities. The $1,000 grants must be used toward execution of the selected programs. The library plans to use the funds to support their “Bi-Folkal” senior outreach program. The program provides social events for local seniors where they engage in hands-on activities. Pictured from left to right are General Manager Kristy Bailey, Library Director Debbie Saunders, and Angie Shaw.

McDonald’s of the Tri-State recently concluded its annual Community Grants Program. Dr. Samuel L. Bossard Memorial Library was named one of the 21 recipients of a $1,000 grant. The award was presented on behalf of local McDonald’s Owner/Operator Kurt Sauber. The goal of the program is to encourage local organizations to implement programs that improve their communities. The $1,000 grants must be used toward execution of the selected programs. The library plans to use the funds to support their “Bi-Folkal” senior outreach program. The program provides social events for local seniors where they engage in hands-on activities. Pictured from left to right are General Manager Kristy Bailey, Library Director Debbie Saunders, and Angie Shaw.
https://www.mydailytribune.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/42/2017/10/web1_imagejpeg_library-1-.jpgMcDonald’s of the Tri-State recently concluded its annual Community Grants Program. Dr. Samuel L. Bossard Memorial Library was named one of the 21 recipients of a $1,000 grant. The award was presented on behalf of local McDonald’s Owner/Operator Kurt Sauber. The goal of the program is to encourage local organizations to implement programs that improve their communities. The $1,000 grants must be used toward execution of the selected programs. The library plans to use the funds to support their “Bi-Folkal” senior outreach program. The program provides social events for local seniors where they engage in hands-on activities. Pictured from left to right are General Manager Kristy Bailey, Library Director Debbie Saunders, and Angie Shaw. Courtesy photo

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