President Sally McLouth and Curator Jim Haley stand inside the Montague Museum.
This year will mark the fifth year that the Alcoa Foundation has been an extraordinary community friend to the Montague Museum in a unique two-sided friendship.
The Alcoa Foundation has made Alcoa Action Grants in the amount of $3,000 each year for a total of $18,000, including the October 2012 contribution. The Museum then allocates the Alcoa Action Grants’ funds to particular projects.
But what makes the Alcoa Foundation project so unique is that in addition to monetary contribution, an Alcoa volunteer work force has done a number of needed maintenance projects to the Museum building itself.
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