Quincy Service League announces Bauner grant recipients in partnership with Community Foundation

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From left, Jamie Scholz, Quincy Service League sustainer; Gina Miller, Quincy Public Library; Kathleen Helsabeck, Quincy Public Library executive director; Ashley Cory, Quincy Service League president; Pilar Brumbaugh, Quincy Service League vice president; and Catherine Meckes, Community Foundation CEO and Quincy Service League member. | Photos courtesy of Quincy Service League

QUINCY — The Community Foundation office and Quincy Service League conducted a check presentation on May 16 awarding the annual Amelia E. Bauner Grant award winners.

Community organizations annually apply for grant funds that are endowed to Quincy Service League to award to local organization’s projects. Local organizations have received program funds from the legacy established by Amelia E. Bauner to the Community Foundation since 2009.

This year’s grant recipients were:

  • $6,143 awarded to Quincy Art Center for the outdoor interactive art easels at Lorenzo Bull Park.
  • $10,000 awarded to Quincy Public Library for the mobile library project.

The Quincy Service League enters the 87th year of community service with outreach projects such as RIF (Reading is Fun), Meals on Wheels, Chaddock, Monotones, Student Mentoring, The Family Meal Project and the QSL Shoppe. The annual Holiday Gift Show has enabled Quincy Service League to give an excess of $100,000 in grants and scholarships during the past several years.

To learn more about Quincy Service League or to get involved, visit quincyserviceleague.org.

From left, Catherine Meckes, Community Foundation CEO; Judy Siebers, Quincy Service League sustainer; Jennifer Teter, Quincy Art Center curator; Ashley Cory, Quincy Service League president; and Pilar Brumbaugh, Quincy Service League vice president.

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