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Grant Recipients

2019 Recipients

  • Big Run Park in Morrisdale- $500 for benches and a tether ball
  • Bilger’s Rocks in Grampian- $750 for items in their new education center
  • Bob Perks Fund in State College-$1,000 to aid Clearfield County cancer patients
  • Bucktail Council BSA-$500 for Leadership Development Training
  • Catholic Charities Counseling in DuBois- $1,000 for pregnacy and support program
  • Cen Clear Child Services/Child Advocacy Center in Clearfield-$1,000 for acoustic paneling
  • Children’s Aid Society in Clearfield-$1,000 for laptops for Learning Center
  • Clearfield Arts Studio Theatre (CAST)-$500 for Seeds of Art Summer Camp
  • Clearfield Cancer Support Inc. in Curwensville-$1,000 for Clearfield County Cancer Patients
  • Clearfield Volunteer Fire Dept.-$500 for fire prevention eduation
  • Clearfield YMCA-$500 for Youth Center games
  • Coalport Streetscape Committee-$500 for destination mural
  • Community Guidance Center of Clearfield-$500 for Drug/Alcohol for kids/families
  • Curwensville Pike Township Historical Society-$500 for archival protection and storage
  • Curwensville Regional Development Corp.-$1,000 for special playground equipment
  • Downtown DuBois Revitilization Group-$500 for historical markers/signage project
  • DuBois Area Community Concert Association, Inc in DuBois-$500 for student outreach program
  • DuBois Senior and Community Center-$500 for 10 computer tablets
  • Grampian Lions Club in Grampian-$1,000 for eye glasses and hearing aids to seniors in need
  • Greater Clearfield Chamber of Commerce-$500 for Explorer Program
  • Junior Achievement of Western PA in DuBois-$500 for business classes
  • Lock Haven University Clearfield Campus-$500 for PA Chamber Orchestra Spring Serenade
  • Lydia Circle of Faith at the United Lutheran Church in Houtzdale-$500 for Giving Tree programi
  • Mature Resources Foundation/Area Agency on Aging-$739.88 for marketing materials-Village of Hope
  • Francis School-$928 for tables for science classroom
  • Square One Community DuBois Furniture Bank-$500 for laptop, printer and furniture spray
  • Susquehanna River Arts Center (SRACC) in Clearfield-$365 for Art program with students
  • YMCA of Centre County Moshannon Valley Branch-$1,000 for Backpack Weekend program

From the Sara Jane Mattern Fund (Osceola Mills organizations only)

  • The Columbia Fire Company-$1,250 for lights and tile for kitchen
  • The Osceola Mills Community Library-$1,250 for new books and expenses
  • The Osceola Mills Community Historical Foundation-$1,250 for museum upgrades/repairs
  • The Osceola Mills United Methodist Church-$1,250 for new floor for their kitchen

2018 Recipients

  • The Big Run Park Association, Morrisdale, received $800 for playground equipment.
  • Bilger’s Rocks Association, Grampian, received $500 to repair their playground equipment.
  • The Bob Perks Cancer Fund, State College received $1,000 for gift cards to help Clearfield County cancer patients.
  • Catholic Charities and Adoption Services, DuBois, got $1,000 for a Pregnancy/Parenting Program.
  • Cen-Clear Child Services, Bigler, was awarded $949 to support the Child Advocacy Center.
  • Central PA Community Action, Clearfield, got $1,000 for their In Our Prime program for seniors.
  • The Central PA Food Bank, Harrisburg, received $1,000 for the Fresh Express Pantry in the Mo Valley YMCA.
  • The Children’s Aid Society, Clearfield, was awarded $250 to help replace their sign.
  • Clearfield Cancer Support Inc., Curwensville, received $1,000 that will help support area cancer patients.
  • The Clearfield County Public Library, Curwensville, was awarded $1,000 that will go to their new mobile library van.
  • Clearfield Volunteer Fire Department, Clearfield, was given $1,000 for their fire prevention program.
  • Clearfield YMCA, Clearfield, was given $500 for their youth gymnastic program.
  • DuBois Area Historical Society, DuBois, received $700, for bookcases for their genealogical library.
  • Faith Lutheran Church, Houtzdale, was given $500 for them to purchase Christmas gifts for needy families.
  • Friends of Curwensville Lake, Curwensville, got $500 for a generator that will help their annual Haunted Walk event.
  • Grampian Lions Club, Grampian, was awarded $1,000 for their hearing aid and glasses program which supplies needed items to residents.
  • Greater Clearfield Chamber of Commerce, Clearfield, got $1,000 for their Explorer’s Job Program, which informs students on possible careers.
  • PA Wildlife Habitat, DuBois, received $250 for Youth Field Day.
  • The Susquehanna River Arts Center, Clearfield, was given $300 to paint murals in Curwensville.

From the Sara Jane Mattern Fund (for Osceola Mills organizations only)

  •  The Columbia Fire Company received $1,000 for a cooler replacement.
  • The Osceola Mills Community Library received $1,500 to help cover their operating expenses.
  • The Osceola Mills Historical Society got $1,840 for repairs needed to their building.
  • The Osceola Mills United Methodist Church will receive $1,500 for an air conditioner.

2017 Recipients

  • Agape Community Services in DuBois got $500 for a Fresh Start program to teach money management skills.
  • The Bob Perks Cancer Assistance Fund in State College got $500 to provide gift cards for food to Clearfield County cancer patients.
  • Bucktail Council, Boy Scouts of America, DuBois got $500 for a nutritional and exercise program to combat childhood obesity.
  • Catholic Charities Adoption Services in DuBois got $500 for a pregnancy and parent support program.
  • Children’s Aid Society, Clearfield, received $500 to help them repair their playground.
  • Clearfield Arts Studio Theatre (CAST), Clearfield, got $500 for their Seeds of Art Summer Camp.
  • Clearfield County League on Social Services received $500 for professional development classes for the public.
  • The Clearfield County Cancer Support Group received $500 to provide support to area cancer patients.
  • Curwensville High School Local History Class got $500 to create local history signs about the Pennsylvania Bucktails for Rails to Trails.
  • Curwensville-Pike Township Historical Society got $500 to help with the renovations of their museum at the Korb House.
  • DuBois Area Historical Society got $400 to build shelving to store large books, manuscripts and maps.
  • DuBois Concert Association received $500 for a student outreach program.
  • DuBois Nursing Home Auxiliary received $500 to provide gifts and a Christmas party for residents.
  • Friends of Curwensville Lake got $500 to repair their pavilions and restrooms.
  • Glen Richey Fireman’s Recreational Park got $500 to create another baseball field at their park.
  • Grampian Lions Club received $500 to provide hearing aids and glasses to people without insurance.
  • Greater Clearfield Area Chamber of Commerce will get $500 for a program to help educate 8th grade students in the Clearfield School District about employment opportunities in the area.
  • Haven House, DuBois, got $500 to help build a gazebo at their facility.
  • Living Bread Ministries in Clearfield received $500 for a refrigerator for their facility.
  • Orphans of the Storm in Curwensville received $500 for their pet spay and neuter program.
  • Penn Highlands Clearfield got $500 for a clinical simulation center for healthcare students.
  • The Salvation Army posts in Clearfield and DuBois will each receive $500 for their Ark of Learning programs.
  • Serving Hands Ministry in DuBois got $350 to provide support for elderly residents who need help with lawn work and maintenance for their home.
  • Susquehanna River Arts Center of Clearfield County (SRACC) received $385 for Clearfield School District students to paint murals in Downtown Clearfield.
  • West Branch Elementary School was awarded $500 for their Summer READ Challenge program.

From the Sara J. Mattern Fund (for Osceola Mills organizations only)

  • Osceola Mills Community Library-$2,000
  • Osceola Mills Community Historical Society-$1,300
  • Osceola Mills United Methodist Church-$1,000
  • Columbia Fire Company-$1,000