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Boy Scouts receive donation for Sinoquipe dining hall

July 24, 2010
  • From left, Mark Barbernitz, scout executive, Mason-Dixon Council; Maurice Johnston, God's Grace Fund representative; and Brad Sell, executive director, Community Foundation of Washington County.
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Maurice Johnston and Brad Sell, representing God's Grace Fund and Community Foundation respectively, recently presented the Mason-Dixon Council of the Boy Scouts of America a check to assist in the construction and equipment costs of the new Mike Callas Memorial Dining Hall at Camp Sinoquipe.

The support was made possible through the God's Grace Fund of the Community Foundation of Washington County. "The Community Foundation of Washington County was established to be a permanent and growing philanthropic vehicle for charitably-minded people and corporations to contribute financial resources that enrich the community's quality of life," said Sell, executive director of the Community Foundation.

"Income from our various funds offers financial support, in the form of grants, which allow us to meet current needs and prepare for the future. We support a wide range of qualified nonprofit organizations and causes, primarily in Washington County."

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