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The Bryan Area Foundation and its affiliate Foundations, Edon, Montpelier and Millcreek-West Unity, are dedicated to improving and enriching life in Williams County by connecting people, good ideas, real needs and charitable resources. Amazing things can happen when all of us join together for the common good… Towns and neighborhoods thrive… Community pride swells… Schools are enriched… Kids discover new possibilities… The arts are celebrated and lives are changed for the better!

Since 1969, the Foundation has contributed over $11.4 million to worthy community projects and scholarships that enhance the communities and residents we serve.

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Next PIP Meeting Dates:

Monday, July 30, 2018

Tuesday, October 30, 2018

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Bryan Moose Lodge

7:00–7:30 pm – Social Time

7:30-8:30 pm – Meeting

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Click here to learn more about the Women’s Giving Circle! 

SPREAD the WORD!

Even these flamingos are excited about the next PIP meeting on Monday, July 30th at 7pm at the Bryan Moose.

In as little as ONE hour, FOUR times a year....PIP members are making a difference. We invite all women in Williams County to come learn about the needs in our communities....strengthen them by collective giving....and have a little fun too! Guests are always welcome.
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SPREAD the WORD!

Even these flamingos are excited about the next PIP meeting on Monday, July 30th at 7pm at the Bryan Moose.

In as little as ONE hour, FOUR times a year....PIP members are making a difference. We invite all women in Williams County to come learn about the needs in our communities....strengthen them by collective giving....and have a little fun too!  Guests are always welcome.

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Bryan Area Foundation

4-H Camp Palmer completes their High Ropes Course!

Check out these photos from the ribbon cutting ceremony for Camp Palmer's new Chuck Wurth High Ropes Course. The course was named in honor of Chuck Wurth for his 42 years of guidance, service and friendship to Camp Palmer.

According to Camp Palmer's website...."Adventure awaits when you leave the classroom or worksite behind and take the CHALLENGE! Reach beyond your comfort zone, discover your individual strengths, communicate, plan, solve problems – learn by doing it on the Team Building and High Ropes Course."
For more information on Camp Palmer visit their website at www.camppalmer.org/challenges--shooting-sports--canoeing--swimming.html

The Bryan Area Foundation awarded Camp Palmer a grant of $12,000 for this project.
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THANKS and WELCOME!

Many thanks to Bill Martin for his leadership as Chairman of the Bryan Area Foundation these past two years! And welcome aboard Pam Bard Steel, as Chairman for the next two years!
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THANKS and WELCOME!

Many thanks to  Bill Martin for his leadership as Chairman of the Bryan Area Foundation these past two years! And welcome aboard Pam Bard Steel, as Chairman for the next two years!

 

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Two amazing people! Congratulations, Pam and thanks, Bill for your exemplary leadership. BAF is in good hands👍

Great job Bill and best wishes to Pam. Two wonderful leaders serving the foundation!!

You will do a great job! Thanks for all you do for Bryan.