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FutureHeights awards mini-grants

FutureHeights awarded $2,415 in grants to support three projects in Cleveland Heights through the spring round of its 2019 Neighborhood Mini-Grants Program. Congratulations to the Cleveland Heights Aging Well at Home Initiative, which was awarded $720 for a resource guide; the Maple, Crest, Wood, & Parkhill Neighbors, which was granted $945 to enhance the playground at the former Millikin School; and Heights Performing Arts Camp, which was granted $750 to support its performing arts camp that brings together kids from each of the CH-UH school district’s seven elementary schools as they begin middle school. The next application deadline is Sept. 15 at 5 p.m. Learn more at www.futureheights.org/programs/community-building-programs, or contact FutureHeights at sbasu@futureheights.org or 216-320-1423.

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