Recent donations will support many Duluth city initiatives. (File Photo)

Local donations keep Duluth activities going

At their most recent city council meeting, the Duluth City Council accepted a number of donations in support of city initiatives. The city accepted $2,000 in donations from local businesses to support the mayor’s annual State of the City address held in January at the Red Clay Music Foundry.

A $3,000 donation from the Duluth Fine Arts league was also accepted for the maintenance cost of the DreamKeeper’s public art located on the Town Green.

Another donation of $100 from Suzanne Patrick /Omega Fitness will support the Parks Youth Scholarship program. These donated funds will be used to assist deserving youth to participate in the Parks and Recreation Summer Camp.

The city has also received $1,335 from the auction of a police vehicle and other equipment. They city will use these additional funds to help maintain their vehicle fleet.

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