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Rocksolid Community Teen Center receives $35,000 grant from Cowlitz Indian Tribe

The Columbian
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BRUSH PRAIRIE — Rocksolid Community Teen Center has been awarded a $35,000 operational grant made by the Cowlitz Indian Tribe through the Cowlitz Tribal Foundation Clark County Fund.

The grant will provide funding for the position of a digital outreach manager, with the goals of increasing visibility, and expanding the group’s ability to serve more youth by developing additional resources and partnerships with businesses, nonprofit organizations, donors and volunteers.

“We are honored and inspired in partnering with the Cowlitz Indian Tribe through the Cowlitz Tribal Foundation so together we can make an impactful difference in future generations,” said Marcy Sprecher, executive director of Rocksolid Community Teen Center. “It brings our team so much confidence and pride that our goal in reaching and serving more youth is just as vital and important to the Cowlitz Indian Tribe.”

“The Cowlitz Tribal Foundation is proud to support Rocksolid Community Teen Center in their efforts to create a safe and empowering space for youth in Clark County. Thank you to the team at Rocksolid for everything you do to support our next generation of change-makers,” said the Cowlitz Tribal Foundation.

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