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$1 Million In Grants Heading To Madera County Organizations

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The Picayune Rancheria of the Chukchansi Indians Tribal Council, headed by Ayala Quorum Council Chairwoman Nancy Ayala, will announce the recipients of the Tribe's Community Grant Program at the Tuesday, November 5th meeting of the Madera County Board of Supervisors. Grant monies totaling nearly $1 million will be awarded to 30 agencies with ties to Madera County.

Click here to visit the Picayune Rancheria of the Chukchansi Indians website.

Recipient List:

Positive Living Center
Sierra Senior Society
Madera County Workforce Investment Corporation
Yosemite/Sequoia Resource Conservation & Dev. Council
Madera Community Action Partnership of Madera County
Sierra Historic Sites Association
Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 1981
American Legion Post 110
Roman Catholic Diocese of Fresno
Madera Rescue Mission
Spring Valley School
Madera County Library
Community Medical Foundation
Caring Veterans Inc.
Eastern Madera County SPCA
Denel (Formerly Tiny Acorn)
Community Action Partnership of Madera County
Minarets High School
Coarsegold Resource Conservation District
Coarsegold Elementary
Friends of Ahwahnee Hills Regional Park
Golden Chain Theater
Madera County Film Commission Inc.
The Salvation Army
Camarena Health
Children's Museum of the Sierra
Chowchilla Union High School
Coarsegold Elementary School
Economic Development Corp. of Madera County
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