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Prairie Public awards literacy grants to 9 schools in N.D., Minnesota

Nine schools in North Dakota and Minnesota will receive Prairie Public literacy grants to create a family literacy event open to the community. The events offer multiple activities for children and families to be educated and entertained while re...

Nine schools in North Dakota and Minnesota will receive Prairie Public literacy grants to create a family literacy event open to the community.

The events offer multiple activities for children and families to be educated and entertained while reaffirming the importance of 21st century literacy.

Minnesota schools selected for the grants include Win-E-Mac (Erskine), Grant County, Henning and Mahnomen. In North Dakota, Glen Ullin, Ellendale, McKinley (Fargo), Burlington and Kulm will receive grants.

Prairie Public will provide $500 cash stipend and $250 toward PBS character rental and shipping, as well as a new children's book for each child at the events and a free staff workshop, to each recipient.

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