FINDLAY, OH — The Findlay-Hancock County Community Foundation awarded a presidential discretionary grant totaling $2,500 to support the Findlay Bicentennial Arch. The funds to support this grant were provided by the Bank One Unrestricted Fund.
The project will replicate historical arches adorning Main Street Findlay during the 1887 Natural Gas Celebration. The Bicentennial Arch will be constructed near the Main Street Bridge to celebrate the bicentennial of Findlay. It is estimated that 23,500 vehicles will pass beneath the arch daily.
About The Findlay-Hancock County Community Foundation
The Findlay-Hancock County Community Foundation will improve the quality of life in Hancock County through collaborative leadership, responsible grantmaking, and the development of philanthropic giving. Established in 1992 as an outgrowth of a one-time gift from L. Dale Dorney, the Community Foundation has granted more than $25 million to fund projects that support our community. Visit www.community-foundation.com or call 419-425-1100 to learn more about how the Community Foundation is helping our community.