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Cultural funding application available through Legislator Hardwick’s Office


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oneilj - Posted on 18 June 2012

Erie County Legislator Kevin Hardwick reminds cultural organizations that the deadline to apply for 2013 county funding is Friday, July 6. The funding supports the efforts of theater, art, dance, musical and other cultural organizations to continue to provide entertainment, informational exhibits and performances, while supporting a wide variety of tourism in Erie County.

 

“For this process to work, it must be fair.  That is why my office is ready to assist cultural organizations from Grand Island and the Tonawandas in the application process,” said Legislator Hardwick.

 

Electronic copies of the application are available by clicking here. To request a form be mailed to you, please email kevin.hardwick@erie.gov or write to Legislator Kevin Hardwick, 92 Franklin St., 4th Floor, Buffalo, NY 14202. For additional information or to speak to Legislator Hardwick, please call 858-8672.