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GET READY FOR RENAISSANCE

A Sullivan Renaissance Seminar for First Time Participants

December 9, 2008


Sullivan Renaissance will hold a “Get Ready for Renaissance!” seminar for first time applicants on Wednesday, January 14, 2009 at 7:00 p.m. at the CVI Building in Ferndale.  

Are you thinking about participating in the Sullivan Renaissance program for the first time?  Do you have an idea for a beautification project in your community?

This workshop will review the basics of the Sullivan Renaissance program, including how to apply for grants, deadlines, youth involvement and other requirements.  An overview of all the available grant programs will be provided, including mini grants, school grants, seasonal demonstration grants, municipal clean up grants, environmental demonstration grants and more.

Everyone is welcome to attend.  Refreshments will be available.  Pre-registration is requested by January 12, 2009 by calling 845-295-2445 or e-mailing at info@sullivanrenaissance.org.  Individuals can also register on-line at www.sullivanrenaissance.org.

Individuals interested in Sullivan Renaissance should also mark their calendars to reserve Saturday, February 21 for the annual Winter Conference at the CVI Building.  The keynote speaker will be author James Howard Kunstler.

Sullivan Renaissance is a beautification and community development program principally funded by the Gerry Foundation.  Additional funding has been secured by NYS Senator John J. Bonacic and Assemblywoman Aileen M. Gunther.