Cerebral Palsy Association of the North Country receives $1,200 for outdoor recreation
Participants in the CPANC outdoors program posed in SUNY Canton’s Roos House. They are, from left, front, Casey Archer, Maria Hernandez, Raelee McUmber, Debbie Farhner; second row, Jennifer Foote, Greg Wing, Lisa Caskinette, Britney Wilson, Mindy Woods; back, Sean Tiernan, Lisa Winters, Shawn Villnave, Joe Hewitt.CANTON -- Cerebral Palsy Association of the North Country received a $1,200 grant from the Eastern Adult Tennis Foundation (EATF) to help fund their outdoor recreation program.
The grant will be used to help offset the cost of court fees, equipment and transportation for participants. Monies are spent locally at SUNY Canton and SUNY Potsdam’s sports facilities.
The EATF offers grants to help local non-profit organizations to initiate or expand their tennis activities.
Additional support has come from New York State Recreation and Park Society.