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Courtenay receives grant for community hall

The city of Courtenay received a $15,000 grant from the North Dakota Community Foundation for construction of a Courtenay Community Hall that occurred in 2018, according to Myron Vigeson, Courtenay city auditor. The Courtenay Community Fund was e...

 

The city of Courtenay received a $15,000 grant from the North Dakota Community Foundation for construction of a Courtenay Community Hall that occurred in 2018, according to Myron Vigeson, Courtenay city auditor.

The Courtenay Community Fund was established at NDCF in 2017 by Geronimo Energy to benefit communities near the Courtenay Wind Farm. The fund provides grants to nonprofit and community projects and programs for up to 20 years. A local advisory committee recommends grant awards to NDCF.

The Courtenay Community Hall is used for community events and city government. The

hall may be rented for private events such as receptions and business meetings. The hall

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includes a modern kitchen and sound system.

The North Dakota Community Foundation manages over $83 miillion in over 700 separate

charitable funds to meet the various needs of donors and nonprofit organizations across the

state. Established in 1976, the organization is committed to improving the quality of life for North

Dakota citizens through charitable giving and promoting philanthropy.

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