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Teachers get Rotary grants

Two Cerbat Elementary teachers and one from Hualapai were awarded microgrants from Kingman Route 66 Rotary Club. Bethany Wigal, Jennifer Colbert, and Susan Collins received the grants from the club and President Karen Brown. (Jo Ann Oxsen/ Kingman Route 66 Rotary Club)

Two Cerbat Elementary teachers and one from Hualapai were awarded microgrants from Kingman Route 66 Rotary Club. Bethany Wigal, Jennifer Colbert, and Susan Collins received the grants from the club and President Karen Brown. (Jo Ann Oxsen/ Kingman Route 66 Rotary Club)

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Casey Farrell, left, accepts donations on behalf of Jerry Ambrose Veterans Council from Kingman Route 66 Rotary Club and President Karen Brown. (Jo Ann Oxsen/Kingman Route 66 Rotary Club

KINGMAN – Local students will benefit from a trio of microgrants awarded by the Kingman Route 66 Rotary Club at its July 19 meeting.

Bethany Wigal received $1,000 to purchase a 3D computer for her Cerbat Elementary School fifth-grade classroom, while Jennifer Colbert will get $605 for five microscopes for her third-grade class at Cerbat. Susan Collins got $350 to purchase 40 recorders for her music class at Manzanita Elementary School.

The club also made a pair of donations to the Jerry Ambrose Veterans Council, giving $7,750 to the Women’s Veterans Room and $4,000 for ADA compliance.

Information provided by Route 66 Rotary Club

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