Red Ants Pants Foundation Announces Grant Recipients

WHITE SULPHUR SPRINGS, Mont. (NMB) – The Red Ants Pants Foundation has announced the 2022 recipients of their community grant cycle.

The list features organizations across Montana, including along the Hi-Line, with active projects to enrich and promote rural communities.

The Liberty County Community Development Committee was awarded $2,500 to create events to bring people together and attract others to enjoy the community. The grant will help support production of the free one-day family-friendly Hi-Line Harvest Festival in Chester.

The Glacier Historical Museum in Cut Bank is receiving $4,000 as they work to open a reconstruction of a historic drive-in movie theatre. The funds will provide quality restaurant equipment to help them generate revenue for the museum.

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