Healthy Community Grant awarded to Blair


The town of Blair was recently awarded the final $10,000 of the Healthy Community Incentive Grant. The first $10,000 awarded was used to install a new basketball court with two goals in the park. The second $10,000 will be used to add new playground equipment at the park. This grant allows Blair the opportunity to have the playground equipment the town couldn’t afford. “The park has more activity now. It means our children will play outside more and will be healthier,” said Karri Orick.


The town of Blair was recently awarded the final $10,000 of the Healthy Community Incentive Grant. The first $10,000 awarded was used to install a new basketball court with two goals in the park. The second $10,000 will be used to add new playground equipment at the park. This grant allows Blair the opportunity to have the playground equipment the town couldn’t afford.

“The park has more activity now. It means our children will play outside more and will be healthier,” said Karri Orick.

The town of Blair was recently awarded the final $10,000 of the Healthy Community Incentive Grant. The first $10,000 awarded was used to install a new basketball court with two goals in the park. The second $10,000 will be used to add new playground equipment at the park. This grant allows Blair the opportunity to have the playground equipment the town couldn’t afford. “The park has more activity now. It means our children will play outside more and will be healthier,” said Karri Orick.
http://altustimes.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/10/web1_Town-of-Blair-HCIG.jpgThe town of Blair was recently awarded the final $10,000 of the Healthy Community Incentive Grant. The first $10,000 awarded was used to install a new basketball court with two goals in the park. The second $10,000 will be used to add new playground equipment at the park. This grant allows Blair the opportunity to have the playground equipment the town couldn’t afford. “The park has more activity now. It means our children will play outside more and will be healthier,” said Karri Orick.
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