ROSSIA (Russian Orthodox Sacred Sites in Alaska) has received confirmation that it has been awarded a $5000.00 grant from the National Trust Preservation Fund to support fire suppression engineering and electrical schematic designs for the St. Nicholas Russian Orthodox Church. “The National Trust is very supportive of this worthwhile preservation initiative and we hope that this financial commitment will assist your organization in raising any additional funds needed for this effort.”
ROSSIA awarded $5000,00 grant for Juneau
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