Smoky Hills Public Television Gets Grant
KSAL Staff - November 21, 2017 11:11 am
Smoky Hills Public Television has received a grant to help in its mission of providing programming and services to educate, inspire, entertain and express a diversity of perspectives.
According to the Bunker Hill TV Station, the Robert E. and Patricia A. Schmidt Foundation has awarded them with a grant for $5,000.
The Foundation’s grant will support a variety of Smoky Hills Public Television’s programs and initiatives.
“The Schmidt Foundation continues to be extremely generous in their support of Smoky Hills Public Television,” said Dawn Gabel, Smoky Hills Public Television General Manager. “We are grateful for these funds and will use them to make a positive impact in our viewing area.”
Smoky Hills Public Television serves 71 counties in central and western Kansas and has been named the Kansas Association of Broadcasters Non-Metro Station of the Year.
The Robert E. and Patricia A. Schmidt Foundation was founded in Ellis County to support projects that include arts, culture and education.
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