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Deadline set for arts grant

Updated:   10/03/2008 09:48:51 AM EDT

Friday, October 03
LENOX — The Lenox Cultural Council has set an Oct. 15 deadline for organizations, schools and individuals to apply for grants that support cultural activities in the community. These grants can support a variety of artistic projects and activities in Lenox including exhibits, festivals, short-term artist residencies or performances in schools, workshops and lectures.

The council will also entertain funding proposals from schools and youth groups through the PASS Program, a ticket subsidy program for school-aged children.

This year, the council will distribute about $4,300 in grants.

Application forms and more information about the local cultural council program are available at www.mass-culture.org/ lcc_public.asp.

Information: Lenox Cultural Council chairwoman Kelly Cade at (413) 637-1207. All applications must be mailed to the Lenox Cultural Council, Town Hall, 6 Walker St., Lenox, MA 01240.



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