VINCENNES, Ind. (WTHI) - Big money is coming to Indiana schools to help with youth literacy programs.
On Tuesday, the Dollar General Literacy Foundation awarded more than $100,000 in grant money to Indiana schools and non-profit organizations.
Those grants will provide funding to teachers, libraries, and literacy organizations.
In the Wabash Valley, James Whitcomb Riley Elementary School in Vincennes will receive $3,000.
- Vincennes school receives grants money for literacy program
- Local art programs receive grant money
- Vincennes fire officials receive $90,000 in grant money
- Chili cookoff raises money for literacy efforts
- Downtown Vincennes receives money to update facades
- Vincennes building receives renovations
- Hamilton Center's Outreach Program receives $25,000 grant
- Vincennes students displaced while school receives renovations
- Vincennes Police receives grant to prepare for future headquarter issues
- Vincennes University receives artifacts donation