2013-09-12 / News

Generousity ‘found’



Jerry Hubbard (left), former Schoolcraft Medical Care Facility administrator, accepts a check in the amount of $441 from Dean Wood, Schoolcraft County Community Foundation chairman. The funds will be used to purchase lifting slings and are part of the spring grant round in which the Foundation granted over $2,500 to worthy causes throughout the community. Requests for fall grants will be accepted until Sept. 30. Grant applications can be picked up at the Pioneer Tribune office. 
Courtesy Photo Jerry Hubbard (left), former Schoolcraft Medical Care Facility administrator, accepts a check in the amount of $441 from Dean Wood, Schoolcraft County Community Foundation chairman. The funds will be used to purchase lifting slings and are part of the spring grant round in which the Foundation granted over $2,500 to worthy causes throughout the community. Requests for fall grants will be accepted until Sept. 30. Grant applications can be picked up at the Pioneer Tribune office. Courtesy Photo

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