2011 Beautification Grant Recipients

Montgomery County Solid Waste District, through its Keep Montgomery County Beautiful program, is funding beautification projects for 13 local organizations: 

Downtown Dayton Partnership, First Bloom

City of Brookville

Leaf & Blossom Garden Club #772

Garden Station/Dayton Circus

Mount Vernon Neighborhood Association

Grafton Hill Association

Drexel Grow Straight Program

Moraine Parks & Recreation Department

Moraine Rotary Club

Farmersville Area Business Association

Englewood Elementary School

Ascension School

Santa Clara Neighborhood Association

Keep Montgomery County Beautiful (KMCB) established the Beautification Grant in 2010 in order to promote volunteerism and community beautification within Montgomery County.  Grant awards have been issued for up to $250 and are restricted to the purchase of plants, plant materials, shrubs, trees, perennials and annuals.   Organizations listing native plants, perennials and drought-tolerant plants in their grant applications were given a higher rating.   The rating criteria also included: Need and Impact on Neighborhood/Area, Level of Community/Volunteer Involvement and Detail of Application.

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