RAP grant recipients get nod from county
:The list of grant recipients for cultural Recreational, Arts and Parks (RAP) Tax monies approved Wednesday in Coalville includes:
Alf Engen Ski Museum — $23,435 to support educational programs
Arts-Kids — $26,500 to provide arts education
Echo Community and Historical Organization — $2,840 to help maintain historical sites
Egyptian Theatre Company — $65,400 to support youth theater programs
KPCW — $28,000 to support radio programming
Kimball Art Center — $49,560 to support arts programming
Mountain Town Stages — $53,620 for music programming
Mountainland RC&D — $6,370 to support the Mountain Spirit Heritage Festival at Rockport State Park
Norwegian Outdoor Exploration Center — $43,000 for youth programming
Park City Chamber Music Society — $15,500 to support programming
Park City Film Series — $23,310 to support programming
Park City Historical Society and Museum — $62,250 to help fund exhibits and programming
Park City Jazz Foundation — $40,310 for operation and production costs
Park City Performing Arts Foundation — $77,870 to support general overhead and education programs
Park City Singers — $3,430 to support performances
Park City/Summit County Arts Council $11,680 to refurbish an auditorium in North Summit
Park City/Summit County Arts Council — $39,750 for overhead and promotional costs
Park City/Summit County Arts Council — $20,055 for renovations in Coalville
Sundance Institute — $54,370 for enhancing outreach programs to Summit County residents
Swaner Nature Preserve — $30,750 to raise awareness about noxious weeds
Utah Symphony and Opera — $34,000 to help promote free performances in Summit County
The county’s RAP Tax Cultural Advisory Committee recommended the approval of $712,000 worth of grants for these non-profit groups that operate in Summit County.
Requests from government officials in Oakley and Francis were rejected because municipalities are not allowed to receive the funds, officials said.
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