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June 28, 2022

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Price Foundation seeks grant applicants


The Honorable Frank L and Arlene G. Price Foundation is preparing to give out grants to organizations in Clark and Cowlitz counties totaling $175,000.

The foundation already awarded $35,000 in the form of a land tract to the city of Kelso. The remaining money will be awarded in June.

Organizations interested in applying for grant funding can visit www.pricefoundation.net or contact Kay Dalke-Sheadel at 360-448-9358 or dalkeconsulting@gmail.com.

Frank Price was a Cowlitz County Superior Court judge, and Arlene Price taught art at Huntington Jr. High in Kelso. Their foundation gifted $175,000 last year to organizations including the Clark College Foundation, Area Agency on Aging & Disabilities of Southwest Washington, North Clark Historical Museum, Washington State University Vancouver and Workforce Southwest Washington.

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