Grant monies to galvanize Senior Center

TETON VALLEY, Ida. Improvements are expected at Driggs’ Senior Center thanks to grant monies from Teton Springs Foundation.

The Foundation, which has recently provided full or partial to a dozen area nonprofits, has awarded $3,000 dollars to the community organization, Seniors West of Tetons, monies intended to be reinvested at the Center.

Grant monies will be purposed towards flatware, dining linens, furniture, and additional storage units.

Project labor will be volunteer-powered while local artists are donating works to be exhibited within the Center location.

For more information visit tetonseniors.com

 

 

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