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Lake Region Arts Council to hold Legacy Grant writing workshop

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FERGUS FALLS -- The Lake Region Arts Council (LRAC) is now accepting applications for the next Legacy Grant Round. The deadline for applications is midnight, Tuesday, May 7. LRAC's Board, comprised of representatives from each of the nine counties in LRAC's service area, will review the Legacy Grant applications at their monthly June meeting.

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LRCA is providing a free Legacy Grant writing workshop for prospective grant applicants on Wednesday, March 27 from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m. at LRAC's office, 133 South Mill Street, Fergus Falls.

The workshop – presented by Betsy Ostenson, LRAC Grants Manager – features interactive training on the components of the Legacy Grant application in the LRAC computer lab. All participants will receive tips on writing and submitting their grant application. The training is open to the public and registration is available on line at LRAC4.org/services/workshops.asp , by email at LRAC4@LRACgrants.org, or by phone 800-262-2787.  The deadline to register for the workshop is Tuesday, March 26.

Interested parties who are not able to attend the March 27 workshop may contact LRAC for one-on-one assistance. Legacy Grant Guidelines and Applications information may be found at LRAC4.org/grants/legacy-grants.asp.

Minnesota's Legacy Arts and Cultural Heritage Fund is made possible with money from an appropriation by the Minnesota State Legislature, from the vote of the people of Minnesota on Nov. 4, 2008. The purpose of the Legacy Fund is to provide Minnesotans greater access to the arts.

There are three areas of funding: access, education and heritage. Each area is designed to enhance the public's participation in art activities and art programs. There is no match requirement and there is no maximum amount of funding.

Since January 2010, LRAC has awarded a total of $815,432 in Legacy grants to public schools, colleges and universities, arts organizations, cities, nonprofit organizations, and individual artists in the nine county LRAC region.

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