The Sublette Community Foundation awarded six grants totaling more than $45,000 to six nonprofit organizations.
The Sublette County Sexual Assault Family Violence (SAFV) task force was awarded $1,750, the Sublette County Sporting Association received $2,500, the Museum of the Mountain Man and the Boy Scouts of America each got $7,500, Mind, Energy, Spirt, Attitude, a therapeutic riding program had $10,000 and the Discovery Center received $16,000.
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