Woodworth receives Garrison Diversion recreation grant

The community project consists of adding picnic tables, planters and benches on Main Street.

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CARRINGTON, N.D. – The Garrison Diversion Conservancy District’s Recreation Committee recently awarded a $1,500 grant to the city of Woodworth for its community development project, adding picnic tables, benches and planters along Main Street.

The committee awarded matching recreation grants to 22 projects, totaling $434,731. Grants may be requested for new recreation facilities or enhancement, ADA renovations or expansion of existing facilities. Political subdivisions located within Garrison Diversion may apply for the program.

Garrison Diversion dedicates two-tenths of its mill levy to the Matching Recreation Grant Program. Funds from this program have been awarded to install new playground equipment at parks and develop campground facilities and walking paths, among other facilities.

For more information regarding the Matching Recreation Grant Program, visit , or contact Garrison Diversion at 701.652.3194.


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