The Iowa Department of Cultural Affairs is awarding grants to 267 organizations, including one in Kossuth County, from federal pandemic funds set aside to help them out. Department director Chris Kramer says a wide range of groups are getting grants.
She says these organizations have been shut down for several months by the COVID-19 restrictions — and that has hurt them and their towns.
The one-time grants range from 15-hundred dollars to 175-thousand dollars.
The Camp Algona POW Museum will get a $2,500 grant from the funding. A full list of grant recipients is available online at www.iowaculture.gov.
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