Loudonville-Perrysville Community Support Awards
Samaritan Hospital Foundation announces the 2011 – Loudonville-Perrysville Community Support Awards
The Loudonville-Perrysville Exempted Village School District receives a $3500 Loudonville-Perrysville Community Support Award from Samaritan Hospital Foundation to assist with the purchase of exergame equipment to be used in the elementary physical education programs for the district. The equipment and programs purchased with these grant funds will enable students to experience the benefits of pursuing a healthy lifestyle – a lesson that will last a lifetime!
Pictured: John Miller, Superintendent; Patty Miller, Principal of Budd Elementary; Beverly Spreng, Development Director at Samaritan Hospital Foundation; Tom Fisher, Physical Education teacher
The Village of Loudonville receives a $1500 Loudonville-Perrysville Community Support Award from Samaritan Hospital Foundation to assist with the repair and improvement of the existing pedestrian/bicycle pathway. The planned improvements will provide a safe and more accessible pedestrian and bicycle pathway to residents and visitors alike.
Pictured: Curtis Young, Village Administrator, Village of Loudonville and Beverly Spreng, Development Director at Samaritan Hospital Foundation« Back to General News Releases