DSA Gets $3,000 Grant for Sheridan Railroad Historic District

From left, Bernard Spielman, SJCF Director; Bill Heide, Edre Maier, Jerry Pilch, SJCF Director; DSA Executive Director Stacie Coe, and DSA President John Smith. (DSA photo)
From left, Bernard Spielman, SJCF Director; Bill Heide, Edre Maier, Jerry Pilch, SJCF Director; DSA Executive Director Stacie Coe, and DSA President John Smith. (DSA photo)

The Downtown Sheridan Association announced that they have received a $3,000 grant through the Wyoming Community Foundation, made possible by the Kim and Mary Kay Love Family Donor Advised Endowment and the Sheridan Area Opportunities funds.

Stacie Coe, DSA Executive Director, explains what the grant will be used for.

A media release from DSA stated that the grant was approved by an affiliate of the Wyoming Community Foundation, the Sheridan-Johnson County Community Foundation.

SJCCF helps Sheridan and Johnson County non-profits “become more sustainable by awarding meaningful grants that truly enhance community building,” according to the release.

DSA is an accredited National Main Street Program with the goal of preserving and enhancing Historic Downtown Sheridan to ensure future prosperity.

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