Several Local Organizations Awarded Paint Iowa Beautiful Grants

Several Iowa communities, including some local ones, have been awarded 2024 “Paint Iowa Beautiful” grants.

The “Paint Iowa Beautiful” program provides free paint to a wide variety of public service projects throughout Iowa. The program is made possible thanks to a partnership between the non-profit organization “Keep Iowa Beautiful” and Diamond Vogel Paint of Orange City.

Buena Vista County’s Hanover Historical Society is receiving a grant to paint a feed shed and blacksmith shop.

The Ida County Agricultural Society is getting a grant to paint a house.

The Princess Pocahontas Statue Restoration Project in the City of Pocahontas was awarded a grant to paint the Princess Pocahontas statue.

Plover Hometown Pride is receiving a grant to paint the merry-go-round in the Plover city park.

The Pomeroy Historical Society is getting a grant to paint the first and second floor of the Pomeroy Historical Building.

Sac City Hometown Pride was awarded a grant to paint the fish cleaning house at Chautauqua Park.

The Hometown Pride group in Varina is getting a grant to paint the ends of the park shelter house and peaks of the city garage.

“Paint Iowa Beautiful” grant applications for 2025 will open this fall.

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