Over $100,000 Helping Local Institutions With Capital Improvement Projects

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JAMESTOWN – Over $100,000 dollars to help further capital improvement projects has been awarded to three Jamestown area institutions.

It’s part of a grant from New York State’s Council on the Arts.

$10,000 dollars will be allocated to Infinity Visual and Performing Arts to install a new display system.

Another allotment of $10,000 dollars will be earmarked to the Roger Tory Peterson Institute and a new access ramp installation.

Finally, in the largest allotment, $88,000 is going to the Reg Lenna Center for the Arts to help pay for sound, rigging and lighting system upgrades.

Overall, over 110 projects received funding across the state as part of the program.


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