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(Johnsburg, NY October 20, 2017) The Glenn and Carol Pearsall Adirondack Foundation rotates the site of their Annual Meeting and Board Retreat throughout the Adirondacks. This year’s meeting was held in South Colton, NY. Due diligence visits included a get together with 14 community leaders from the Clifton-Fine area where an interactive discussion was held regarding the challenges and successes of not-for-profit initiatives in the Cranberry Lake Region. The trustees also visited North Country Public Radio (NCPR) and Traditional Arts of Upstate New York (TAUNY) in Canton.

61 grant applications for funding were received this year and the foundation funded, all or in part, 36 of them, including:

The Glenn and Carol Adirondack Foundation is a private foundation established in 2000 "dedicated to improving the quality of life for year round residents of the Adirondack Park." Since its inception, the foundation has funded 402 not-for-profit grant requests totaling over $653,000.

Additional information on past grant recipients and the grant application process is available on the Glenn and Carol Pearsall Adirondack Foundation website: