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Applications for grants from the Signal Peak Community Foundation are being accepted until April 15, 2020. Grants are awarded in May to non-profit organizations located in Musselshell County. The Board’s general guidelines for applications are:

Grant must be secular, non-profit organizations

Emphasis on infrastructure related projects

Preference for projects where sponsoring organization covers part of the project costs

Preference against operating costs or personnel

Grant funds to be spent locally if possible

The Signal Peak Community Foundation was established in 2011 and has awarded many grants to non-profit organizations, including county and city government departments in Musselshell County. Grants awarded at the last meeting included a grant to the Town of Melstone for $10,000. to be used for a new furnace, a grant to Northern Treasurers for shelves, folding tables, and several more things, a grant to Rodeo Roundup for a trailer and panels and grants to Roundup Memorial Hospital,


Musselshell County Sheriff’s Office, Friends for Musselshell School and Dean Creek Fire Department.

Scholarships will also be awarded to graduating high school seniors who are students at Melstone or Roundup High Schools. Students that are residents of Musselshell County but attend a school out of county my also be eligible. As long as the student meets the criteria set forth by the board the scholarship will continue for the 4 years of college.

Application forms will be found on the Signal Peak Community Foundation web site Applications are due on or before April 15, 2020. Submit a total of 8 copies of the application form and supporting materials to Signal Peak Community foundation c/0 sue Olson, 1230 Fattig Creek Road, Roundup, Mt. 59072. If there are questions about the application call 406-947-5281. The next meeting of the foundation is scheduled for May 4, 2020 at the city hall in Roundup. Applicants are expected to be present to discuss their application with the board. This meeting may be canceled depending on the state of the Covil19 virus.


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