Five areas of Osceola County will receive its share of $82,781.67 from the Community Foundation of Osceola County. The areas are home to 27 nonprofit organizations that cater to human services, health and recreation, economic and youth development, arts and education.
Organized by Osceola County representatives, they will present the grants at the Sibley Senior Center in Iowa. Everyone is invited to attend the said event.
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