School board accepts $1,865 Wyoming Community Foundation grant for Crest Hill’s library

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The Natrona County School District Board of Trustees approved a $1,865 grant that the Wyoming Community Foundation awarded to Crest Hill Elementary School’s library.

“The funds will be used to purchase four Chromebooks, a cordless drill, paint and other supplies for their Little Free Libraries project,” a school board document states.

The Wyoming Community Foundation provides grants to assist non-profits and other community causes.

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“For nearly 30 years the Wyoming Community Foundation (WYCF) has connected people who care with causes that matter to build a better Wyoming,” their website reads. “Over the years we have granted over $60 million to Wyoming nonprofits, while also providing a variety of supports to our nonprofit agency fund holders.”

The school board document says that Crest Hill Librarian Devin Hodgins, Crest Hill Principal Nicole Rapp and NCSD Director of Grants Norm Cox will oversee the funding.