Grant a big help to raptor center
This week’s bouquets go to:
From Jerry Maynard, Chocolay Raptor Center:
The Chocolay Raptor Center, and our birds, want to express our sincere thanks to AEP Renewables’ Apple Blossom Wind project, a subsidiary of American Electric Power and AEP Energy, for their recent $2,000 grant to our center. This grant was especially appreciated this year because we have lost all income from speaker’s fees due to the cancellation of all of our programs caused by the pandemic. While our income has dropped, our expenses remain the same. The grant will provide much needed mice, rats, quail, medical supplies and support equipment.
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