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February 4, 2014

Beverly Cultural Council awards 16 grants

BEVERLY — The Beverly Cultural Council has awarded 16 grants to support artistic projects and events ranging from acrobats to murals and puppet shows.

The grants total $11,165. All of the projects or events will take place in Beverly.

“The arts play such a vital role in our community,” Beverly Cultural Council Chairman Bea Modisett said in a press release. “We’re excited about each of this year’s recipients, as they’ll contribute great things to Beverly.”

The grant recipients and their projects are:

Ken Goldstrom for “Underseas Tile Mural”

Centerville Elementary School for “Young Audiences MA: Ben Franklin”

Janice Preston for “Murals@Casa de Moda”

Roger Tincknell for “From Ireland to America”

Cove Elementary School for “Chinese Acrobats and Scrolls”

Beverly Homecoming Committee for “Beverly Homecoming Concerts”

Wendy Manninen/Vicki Marsh for “Singing and Signing”

Estelle Rand for “Puppet Show and Recycling Event, Farmer’s Market Music Series”

Hannah Elementary School for “Maritime Mariners History”

Kate Carpine for “BPL Bubbleology”

Northshoremen Barbershop Chorus for “Sharing the Joy of Harmony”

Eileen Herman-Haase for “Dance Calinete Period Ballroom Dance Workshop”

Sea Change Theatre Company for “4 Full Length Productions — 2014”

Music at Eden’s Edge/Maria Benotti for “Youth Chamber Concert Program”

Montserrat College of Art for “Galleries Frame 301 Gallery”

Cape Ann Symphony Orchestra for “Cape Ann Symphony Youth Initiative Program”

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