BUNKER HILL – The Golden Belt Community Foundation has awarded Smoky Hills PBS with a grant for $4,000.
The grant will support the literacy initiative program of Smoky Hills Public Broadcasting System. The literacy leadership program provides the following:
• Children’s Programming on Smoky Hills PBS
• Book distribution program (First Book Club) that will provide books to children that are enrolled in public preschools within the counties that the Foundation serves.
“We want to thank the Golden Belt Community Foundation for believing in our mission and their show of support for Smoky Hills PBS,” said Kelli King, director of finance for Smoky Hills PBS. “Educating the youth within our viewing area is just one of the many important things we do for the communities we serve.”
The Golden Belt Community Foundation engages doers and dreamers to build spectacular thriving communities by connecting motivated people to the right resources so they can create the community of their dreams in Rush, Pawnee, Stafford, and Barton counties.