Posts Tagged ‘ community foundation for oceana county ’

Work to begin on Pentwater-Hart Trail.

April 8, 2019

Work to begin on Pentwater-Hart Trail. #OceanaCountyNews HART – The Oceana County Board of Road Commissioners approved a contract with the Michigan Department of Transportation during a special meeting Friday, April 5, that starts work on the Pentwater-Hart Trail. Resurfacing and widening the shoulders of Business Route US 31 from the expressway ramps to Wythe Street in Pentwater will take…

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Community foundation moves into Pentwater office.

March 19, 2019

Community foundation moves into Pentwater office. #CommunityFoundationforOceanaCounty PENTWATER — Following several years of significant growth, the Community Foundation for Oceana County recently relocated to a larger space within Shelby State Bank’s Pentwater Branch. Prior to the move, the organization was located within the bank’s Shelby branch. The new space will accommodate additional staff to bolster the work of the organization…

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AmeriCorps members work hard for Oceana.

March 16, 2019

AmeriCorps members work hard for Oceana. HART – Thousands of Americans across the country, including Oceana County residents, celebrated the valuable contributions of AmeriCorps members who pledge to “get things done” as part of the annual AmeriCorps Week. The AmeriCorps Week celebration also honored the contributions and support of thousands of local organizations that make AmeriCorps programs possible. Across Michigan…

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Over $12,000 in grants awarded to local organizations.

November 28, 2018

Over $12,000 in grants awarded to local organizations. #CommunityFoundationforOceanaCounty SHELBY – The Board of Trustees of the Community Foundation for Oceana County (CFOC) recently approved grant awards to a variety of community organizations in support of projects throughout the county. A total of $12,652 was awarded as a result of CFOC’s competitive application process that is overseen by a subcommittee…

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Meeting Oceana’s greatest needs.

October 13, 2017

Meeting Oceana’s greatest needs. #CommunityFoundationforOceanaCounty. SHELBY — “The fact that we have so many residents struggling to make ends meet is the root cause of the county’s challenges. For many families, they are just one unexpected expense away from a crisis,” said Community Foundation for Oceana County Executive Director Tammy Carey. In 2017, the foundation board adopted a strategic plan…

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