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RCACF Provides Grant to SHPTV

Smoky Hills Public TelevisionThe Russell County Area Community Foundation has awarded Smoky Hills Public Television a grant for $1,000.

The grant will support Smoky Hills Public Television's Literacy Leadership initiative in Russell County. This program provides books to public preschool children and supports children's educational programs.

"The Russell County Area Community Foundation's generosity is greatly appreciated," said Callie Kolacny, Smoky Hills Public Television Marketing Director. "With these funds we are able to make an impact on young children in the Russell area."

Smoky Hills Public Television serves 71 counties in central and western Kansas and has been named the Kansas Association of Broadcasters Non-Metro Station of the Year.

The Russell County Area Community Foundation was established in 2001 to create a permanent source of philanthropy to address current and future community needs through grant making and partnerships. The foundation is affiliated with the Greater Salina Community Foundation.

(Information courtesy SHPTV.)

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