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Chapel Painting Courtesy Colleen Hillmeyer
-2012 is the 10th Anniversary of the Lowry Foundation Grant Awards! -
The Lowry Foundation is pleased to announce that the 2012 Foundation Grant recipients have been awarded! The intent of the Community Grant Program is to redirect funds into the community for projects that will enrich life at Lowry. These programs clearly demonstrate how they serve the Lowry community through programs of artistic, cultural, educational, historic, recreational and scientific value. They distinctly promote volunteer and community involvement as well as Lowry community assets. The Board of Directors would like to thank Pinnacol Assurance for their donation as a Community Grant Sponsor, Qdoba, the Lowry Town Center Merchants / Wine Walk and the Lowry Community Master Association for their generous contributions to this Grant program. The 2012 Lowry Foundation Grants were awarded to:
For additional Sponsorship opportunities please contact the Foundation at firstname.lastname@example.org
For more information on the Community Grant Program, download the Grant Application.
SUPPORT THE TROOPS 2012 - The Lowry Foundation would like to extend our sincere thank you to all the volunteers and donors who participated with our Support the Troops event in September. With your help, we sent 165 individual boxes of supplies and food to our troops in Afghanistan. We have received numerous thank you notes and will share them with the community through the LCMA web site. A complete list of our generous donors are as follows, with a special thank you to HALEY's HEART http://haleysheart.com in the Lowry Town Center for their sizable donation, 3 years running!
Support the Troops Donations - Thank you!
Renee Powers, Tom Berger, Dan Sweeney, Chuck Woodward, Suzanne Lareau, Joyce Verran, Paula Meek, Robin Mitchell, Josh and Mary Carr, Wendy Maclin, Tiffany Burnett, Kristen Keller, Donna Schwab, Jackie Lopez, Victoria Ericson, Diane Skiba, Colleen Goode, Dottie Herbst, Carolyn Holcomb, Karin Penn, May Braun, Marilyn Krajicek, Mary Beth Susman, Jill Waxman-Wilson, Wyatt McCallie, Sharon Fons, Glynn Frechette, Sally Kurtzman, Karen Becker, Carolyn Samuelson, Myrna Rishel, Jean Dveirin, Judith Cayce, Patricia Williams, John Foery, Stanley and Paula Gudder, Trish Haley Fowler (Haley's Heart)
The Lowry Foundation
Long after construction ends, the Lowry vision will live on, thanks to the work of the Lowry Foundation.
The Foundation was created in 1998 to enhance the quality of life and public spaces for the enjoyment of all citizens. It pursues projects and programs of artistic, cultural, educational, historic, recreational, and scientific value. The Foundation's work complements the efforts of the Lowry Redevelopment Authority and broadens the base of financial and volunteer support for the the enhancement of public spaces.
The Foundation's projects have included celebrations of Lowry's past and future, public art and transit art to enhance public spaces, a community grant program to fund improvement projects, the restoration of the Eisenhower Chapel, and many others.
The Lowry Foundation is a 501(c)(3) organization dedicated to enhancing the quality of public spaces within the Lowry community for the enjoyment of all Denver citizens. The Foundation Board of Directors is made up of Lowry residents and owners, city officials and other community leaders. Current Board of Director members are: Ann Torgerson (President), Helen Hand, Makala Hubbell, Wyatt McCallie, Deanna Soulis, Patricia Vaughan, Chuck Woodward, Sandy Hittman, Jim Grillo, Christina Zimmerman, Jessica Roe and Sally Kurtzman. The Project Coordinator is Patsy Allis Duke.
The Reading Garden
The Lowry Reading Garden is located at 5th and Trenton. The Reading Garden provides contemplative spaces or “reading rooms” that provide solitude or a place for friends and school groups to gather and enjoy and appreciate great literature. Inspiring seating areas, shelters, sculptures and famous quotations along with a library of Lowry resident’s favorite book titles are incorporated into the park’s features. Lewis and Jane Borden kindly donated the art structures for the Reading Garden, which won the Mayor’s Design Award in 2009.
Dedicate a Reading Garden book spine through the Lowry Foundation – download the form here.
You can host an event at the charming and historic Eisenhower Chapel in the Lowry Town Center. This beautifully restored military chapel seats 200 and is perfect for weddings, memorials, bar or bat mitzvahs, community events, school functions, and other organization events. The balcony is available for smaller meetings and can accommodate 15 people around its conference table. Contact Maryjean for more information, at 303-399-0093 ext. 2303 or email@example.com