ARLINGTON — A federal neighborhood development block grant will go a extensive way towards serving to The Arlington Widespread increase and equip its fitness and wellness space – and aid make Arlington a healthier place to live.
The $250,000 award, introduced by Gov. Phil Scott’s place of work last week, will help the Prevalent access its $2 million objective for the wellness centre venture, the organization’s vice president, Bebe Bullock, reported Thursday. The nonprofit is awaiting phrase on more grant requests, and a capital campaign will start out shortly, Bullock reported.
“We’re thrilled and honored to have gotten that grant,” Bullock explained. “This is a high selling price tag for Arlington … we seriously required this grant revenue to make it far more feasible.”
The venture contains a renovation of the former St Margaret Mary Catholic Church parish corridor as a physical fitness and neighborhood heart, complete with exercise tools