OGDEN NEWSPAPERSCOMMUNITY GRANT PROGRAMThe Observer-Reporter and Ogden Newspapers, the parent company ofthe Observer-Reporter and The Almanac,has established a sa million fund to help localDEEPLY COMMITTED business get back to full strength by subsidizingtheir marketing through matching grants.Southwestern Pennsylvania businesses can nowapply for a grant to help them recover from theThe Almanac Newspapers areto theCOMMUNITYeffects of the coronavirus crisis.HOW WILL IT WORK HOW DO I APPLY?FOR MY BUSINESS?The fund is opento all locally owned Applications must beand operated businesses impacted submitted at:by the coronavirus, whether or notthey are current advertisers.OGDENNEWS.COM/COMMUNITY-GRANTGrantmoney must be usedfor local print and onlineadvertising between April 1and June 30, 2020The Observer-Reporter orThe Almanac will respondwithin 72 hoursA community newspaper is only everas strong as the community it serves.We know businesses and employeesare hurting. We're hurting too.But if we can pull together as amatching funds each month community, we can weather this.Grants are available fora minimum of $200 anda maximum of $5,000 ofObserver-Reporterthe almanac122 South Main Street · Washington, PA 15301724.222.2200 · observer-reporter.com - thealmanac.net OGDEN NEWSPAPERS COMMUNITY GRANT PROGRAM The Observer-Reporter and Ogden Newspapers, the parent company of the Observer-Reporter and The Almanac, has established a sa million fund to help local DEEPLY COMMITTED business get back to full strength by subsidizing their marketing through matching grants. Southwestern Pennsylvania businesses can now apply for a grant to help them recover from the The Almanac Newspapers are to the COMMUNITY effects of the coronavirus crisis. HOW WILL IT WORK HOW DO I APPLY? FOR MY BUSINESS? The fund is opento all locally owned Applications must be and operated businesses impacted submitted at: by the coronavirus, whether or not they are current advertisers. OGDENNEWS.COM/ COMMUNITY-GRANT Grantmoney must be used for local print and online advertising between April 1 and June 30, 2020 The Observer-Reporter or The Almanac will respond within 72 hours A community newspaper is only ever as strong as the community it serves. We know businesses and employees are hurting. We're hurting too. But if we can pull together as a matching funds each month community, we can weather this. Grants are available for a minimum of $200 and a maximum of $5,000 of Observer-Reporter the almanac 122 South Main Street · Washington, PA 15301 724.222.2200 · observer-reporter.com - thealmanac.net

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OGDEN NEWSPAPERS COMMUNITY GRANT PROGRAM The Observer-Reporter and Ogden Newspapers, the parent company of the Observer-Reporter and The Almanac, has established a sa million fund to help local DEEPLY COMMITTED business get back to full strength by subsidizing their marketing through matching grants. Southwestern Pennsylvania businesses can now apply for a grant to help them recover from the The Almanac Newspapers are to the COMMUNITY effects of the coronavirus crisis. HOW WILL IT WORK HOW DO I APPLY? FOR MY BUSINESS? The fund is opento all locally owned Applications must be and operated businesses impacted submitted at: by the coronavirus, whether or not they are current advertisers. OGDENNEWS.COM/ COMMUNITY-GRANT Grantmoney must be used for local print and online advertising between April 1 and June 30, 2020 The Observer-Reporter or The Almanac will respond within 72 hours A community newspaper is only ever as strong as the community it serves. We know businesses and employees are hurting. We're hurting too. But if we can pull together as a matching funds each month community, we can weather this. Grants are available for a minimum of $200 and a maximum of $5,000 of Observer-Reporter the almanac 122 South Main Street · Washington, PA 15301 724.222.2200 · observer-reporter.com - thealmanac.net OGDEN NEWSPAPERS COMMUNITY GRANT PROGRAM The Observer-Reporter and Ogden Newspapers, the parent company of the Observer-Reporter and The Almanac, has established a sa million fund to help local DEEPLY COMMITTED business get back to full strength by subsidizing their marketing through matching grants. Southwestern Pennsylvania businesses can now apply for a grant to help them recover from the The Almanac Newspapers are to the COMMUNITY effects of the coronavirus crisis. HOW WILL IT WORK HOW DO I APPLY? FOR MY BUSINESS? The fund is opento all locally owned Applications must be and operated businesses impacted submitted at: by the coronavirus, whether or not they are current advertisers. OGDENNEWS.COM/ COMMUNITY-GRANT Grantmoney must be used for local print and online advertising between April 1 and June 30, 2020 The Observer-Reporter or The Almanac will respond within 72 hours A community newspaper is only ever as strong as the community it serves. We know businesses and employees are hurting. We're hurting too. But if we can pull together as a matching funds each month community, we can weather this. Grants are available for a minimum of $200 and a maximum of $5,000 of Observer-Reporter the almanac 122 South Main Street · Washington, PA 15301 724.222.2200 · observer-reporter.com - thealmanac.net

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