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Frances Abbot Burton Powers Fund awards $17,000 in local grants
Left to right: Julia Langston, Selection Committee Member Dr. Marion Lark, Floyd Johnson, Selection Committee Chair Preston Powers, Tanya Evans, Selection Committee Member Frank Irvin and Paul Ross proudly pose with a locally awarded grants check.
The Frances Abbot Burton Powers Fund for support of the Town of Henderson has awarded its second round of grants, according to Preston Powers, Mrs. Powers’ husband.
This year’s nonprofit recipients include:
$8,500 to the Henderson Family YMCA for pool roof replacement, contributing to the most urgent need the organization is currently facing.
$8,500 to the Boys & Girls Club of North Central North Carolina for Project Learn at the Henderson unit, a program designed to enhance the afterschool environment.
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