WABASH VALLEY, Ind. (WTHI) – The Wabash Valley Community Foundation awarded more than $104,000 in community grants on Wednesday. The money will go towards several different areas including health and wellness, youth and community outreach and careers and business development. The WVCF held a check presentation at Clabber Girl in Terre Haute and officials stated it was an exciting day. “This money is one way that the community foundation is able to help invest in those things that our community believes are most important for us to invest in,” stated Beth Tevlin, Wabash Valley Community Foundation. In all 19 grants were handed out – the highest number the WVCF has ever donated.
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