Museum receives county grant

The Enumclaw Plateau Historical Society museum building will be the recipient of a $25,000 Heritage Facilities and Arts Equipment funding grant for rehabilitation.

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The Enumclaw Plateau Historical Society museum building will be the recipient of a $25,000 Heritage Facilities and Arts Equipment funding grant for rehabilitation.

4Culture leaders announced more than $500,000 has been approved by the Board of Directors to be distributed to King County cultural organizations through the 2008 Heritage Facilities and Arts Equipment funding programs.

These programs enhance the cultural life of King County citizens by funding the purchase, design, construction and remodeling of cultural facilities, and the purchase of equipment intended to be used by the recipient organization for at least 10 years. 4Culture’s Arts Facilities funding program offers two funding cycles per year. The aforementioned funding is on top of more than $1 million already awarded for arts capital projects and equipment earlier this year.

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