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Liberty Lake, WA - The Liberty Lake City Council approved ARPA funding for 13 local nonprofit organizations on October 19th with funds distributed in November.
• Friends of the Liberty Lake Municipal Library - $10,994 for ongoing assistance to enhance programs, materials and equipment for the Liberty Lake Library.
• Winter Glow Spectacular - $20,000 for the holiday light display at Orchard Park that runs from the end of November through January 1st.
• Liberty Creek Elementary PTO - $21,500 to fund teacher stipends for classroom and learning resources, teacher grants for grade level activities, field trips for all students at LCE, community activities including the annual Harvest Festival, and various other school-wide activities.
• Liberty Lake Centennial Rotary Club - $43,114 to fund ongoing local community outreach programs, youth scholarships and the Inland Northwest Honor Flight.
• Liberty Lake Elementary PTSA - $23,862 to support ongoing library and classroom activities, Patriot Day and Too Good for Drugs programs, field trips, assemblies, awards, student grants and various other support for sports and activities
• Soroptimist International of Spokane - $493 to help support teen volunteers in the community and the Live Your Dream award for women pursuing higher education.
• Riverbend Elementary PTSA - $5,597 to provide ongoing support for teacher grants, technology upgrades and class supplies
• HUB Sports Center - $65,617 to support the HUB 360 afterschool program, police activity league, and discounts to youth nonprofit organizations as well as other various HUB programs
• Selkirk Middle School PTO - $6,666 to provide ongoing support for teacher stipends and staff appreciation, student events and clubs, purchase of new equipment such as band instruments and spirit wear, and school celebrations including 8th grade graduation.
• Greenacres Middle School PTA - $3,083 to help fund various events and programs including art, music, science, library and athletic programs, as well as 6th and 8th grade celebrations.
• Liberty Lake Kiwanis Club - $46,632 to assist in funding numerous programs including but not limited to the local Meals on Wheels program, the Hope and Hearing program, the Mica Peak School System, Valley Partners Food Bank and JOYA, college and trade school scholarships, K-Kids and Key Club for local elementary and high schools, and CVHS Pace Awards Program.
• Family Promise of Spokane - $20,270 to support the local homeless and at-risk populations with case management services, and operations, staffing and building maintenance of local shelters.
• Liberty Lake Lions Club - $2,100 to provide ongoing additions to the Liberty Lake Arboretum and Sensory Garden.