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Portage Health Foundation accepting proposals for recreation grants

The Portage Health Foundation is once again soliciting requests for proposal pertaining to potential recreation projects in Houghton, Baraga, Keweenaw, and Ontonagon Counties. In total, up to $100,000 is available with a maximum of $20,000 going to any individual project.

PHF shares some of the grants that have been given out in the past, including “the installation of a rope tow in Greenland Township, trail and equipment upgrades at Swedetown, Maasto Hiihto, Churning Rapids and Copper Harbor trail systems, improvements to Gratiot River Park in Keweenaw County, Point Abbaye Park in Baraga County, Houghton Skate Park, new playground equipment at Chassell Township Centennial Park and handicap-focused improvements at the Drill House in Calumet Township, Hancock campground and public beach in Ontonagon.”

A letter of inquiry for this year’s entries is due by February 2nd. The full application must be in by March 14th and winners are announced on April 22nd.

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