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Telluride Foundation Community Grants 2004

Arts and Culture: $122,410

Ah Haa School for the Arts, $16,000; Lizard Head Theatre Company, $5,500; Michael D. Palm Theatre, $5,000; MountainFilm in Telluride, $13,000; OutLoud Lecture Series, $3,000; Sheridan Arts Foundation, $12,000; SMC Public Library District #1, $1,500; Telluride Chamber Music Association, $8,000; Telluride Choral Society, $8,000; Telluride Council for the Arts and Humanities, $10,000; Telluride Dance Academy, $5,000; Telluride Film Festival, $15,000; Telluride MusicFest, $2,000; Telluride Repertory Theater Company, $11,000; Telluride Society for Jazz, $5,000; Telluride Writers Guild, $2,410.

Athletics: $32,400

Telluride Adaptive Sports Program, $8,900; Telluide Lizard Heads Hockey Club, $4,000; Telluride Nordic Association, $5,000; Telluride Ski and Snowboard Club, $12,500; Telluride Youth Lacrosse Association, $2,000.

Child Care: $59,060

Rainbow Preschool and Day Care Center, $21,800; Telluride Early Childhood Center, $5,260; Telluride Montessori School, $4,000; Telluride Preschool, $3,000; Wright Stuff Community Foundation, $25,000.

Education: $51,500

High West Council, $4,000; Paradox Valley School, $3,000; Pinhead Institute, $10,000; San Juan Field School, $5,000; San Juan Parenting Education Program, $2,500; Telluride Education Foundation, $17,000; Telluride Historical Museum, $5,000; Telluride Mountain School, $5,000.

Environment: $37,500

Animal Humane Society of Ouray County, $3,000; Atlas Arkology, $1,500; Green Rico Organization, $1,500; Rocky Mountain Ark and Wildlife Center, $10,000; San Miguel Watershed Coalition, $5,000; Sheep Mountain Alliance, $4,000; Telluride Institute, $10,000; Western Colorado Congress, $2,500.

Health and Human Services: $104,000

Angel Baskets, $4,000; Holistic Health Resources of the San Juans, $3,500; Home Safe Program, $2,000; Midwestern Colorado Mental Helath Center, $10,000; One to One, $25,000; San Miguel and Ouray Juvenile Diversion Program $4,000; San Miguel Resource Center, $25,000; St Mary's Hospital Foundation, $5,000; Telluride AIDS Benefit, $4,500; Telluride Hospital District, $20,000; Western Slope Rural Philanthropy Days, $1,000.

Youth: $35,500
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