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Grant Recipients
The following are recipients of federal Community Technology Center Grants and the amounts they will receive in the first year:
Alaska: FairNet Inc., Fairbanks, $141,799; Southeast Regional Resource Center, Juneau, $299,205
Arizona: Ganado Unified School District, $279,340
California: Desert Sands Unified School District, La Quinta, $192,755; Edudyne Foundation, Santa Ana, $298,120; Mercy Charities Housing, San Francisco, $200,000; YMCA of the East Bay, Oakland, $298,999
Connecticut: Fairfield University, $166,599; Leadership, Education, and Athletic Partnership Inc., New Haven, $265,000
Delaware: Delaware Technical & Community College, Dover, $242,404
District of Columbia: ASPIRA Association Inc., $299,769
Idaho: Blackfoot School District 55, $300,000
Illinois: Charles A. Hayes Family Investment Center, Chicago, $263,083; Chicago Commons, $297,242; DePaul University, Chicago, $236,050; Future Teachers of Chicago, $300,000
Iowa: Des Moines Area Community College, $252,927
Maryland: Prince George's County Public Schools, $290,067
Massachusetts: Massachusetts Easter Seal Society Inc., Worcester, $192,129
Michigan: Detroit International Stake Adult Housing Corp., $75,880; Mott Community College, Flint, $177,813
Minnesota: Science Museum of Minnesota, St. Paul, $211,908
Nevada: Community College of Southern Nevada, North Las Vegas, $195,871
New Jersey: Hudson County Community College, Jersey City, $299,563
New York: Armory High School Sports Foundation, New York City, $305,426; Children's Aid Society, New York City, $286,657; Harlem Center for Education, New York City, $353,710; New York City Board of Education, $299,908; 100 Black Men of Albany, New York Capital Region Inc., $296,942
Ohio: Family Solutions, Cuyahoga Falls, $298,400
Pennsylvania: Capital Area Intermediate Unit, Summerdale, $205,508
South Carolina: Casa Grande Elementary School District, $287,473; United Way of Midlands, Columbia, $225,603
South Dakota: Sinte Gleska University, Rosebud, $280,428
Tennessee: Douglas- Cherokee Economic Authority, Morristown, $299,992
Texas: Middle Rio Grande Development Foundation, Carrizo Springs, $197,926; Texas A&M University, College Station, $223,216
Washington: Peninsula College, Port Angeles, $200,000; Seattle Public Library, $300,000
Wisconsin: Menominee Indian Tribe of Wisconsin, Keshena, $62,288

Vol. 19, Issue 6, Page 6

Published in Print: October 6, 1999, as Grant Recipients
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