Mini-Grants Help Attract Heritage Tourists
Last Updated on Dec 4, 2015 at 9:43am | Arts & Culture
Communities in Garrett County have been named as recipients of Mountain Maryland Gateway to the West mini-grants for projects that attract cultural and heritage tourists to the region.
--Greater Grantsville Business Association - $2,000 for the production of a historic map of Grantsville
--Kitzmiller - $1,910 for the restoration of the historic Melvin Brown Arboretum
--Oakland Heritage Community Foundation - $2,000 for furniture and audio system for the Oakland B&O Museum Heritage Educational
--Oakland Heritage Community Foundation - $720 for an audio system and accessories for foundation events
--Oakland Heritage Community Foundation - $2,000 for structural engineering review of the Oakland AME Church
--Garrett County Historical Society - $770 to procure McHenry Howard photos and rights to use.
--Spruce Foirest Artisan Village - $600 for glass-covered bulletin board.
Recipients must match the grant dollar for dollar and complete the projects by June 15.