The Cambria Community Council — represented by Vice President Denis de Clercq, at left, and board Secretary Suzanne Kennedy, second from the left — has given a rare $10,000 midyear grant to match a $10,000 new-library-fund challenge grant made in March by the Old Cambria Market Place (partner Eric Johnson, is second from the right; partner John Hallvik couldn’t attend). Jeri Farrell, president of Friends of the Cambria Library, at right, now hopes another organization, business or individual will match the council's donation.
The Cambria Community Council — represented by Vice President Denis de Clercq, at left, and board Secretary Suzanne Kennedy, second from the left — has given a rare $10,000 midyear grant to match a $10,000 new-library-fund challenge grant made in March by the Old Cambria Market Place (partner Eric Johnson, is second from the right; partner John Hallvik couldn’t attend). Jeri Farrell, president of Friends of the Cambria Library, at right, now hopes another organization, business or individual will match the council's donation. ktanner@thetribunenews.com
The Cambria Community Council — represented by Vice President Denis de Clercq, at left, and board Secretary Suzanne Kennedy, second from the left — has given a rare $10,000 midyear grant to match a $10,000 new-library-fund challenge grant made in March by the Old Cambria Market Place (partner Eric Johnson, is second from the right; partner John Hallvik couldn’t attend). Jeri Farrell, president of Friends of the Cambria Library, at right, now hopes another organization, business or individual will match the council's donation. ktanner@thetribunenews.com

Matching grant sparks another $10,000 donation

May 10, 2012 12:18 PM