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THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 29, 2016
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PipelineCoAwards 25Grants
Williams, the company behind
the Rockaway natural gas pipe-
line, has announced its grant
winners from the Rockaway
Community Grant Program for
the fall of 2016. This time, 25 or-
ganizations received grants up to
$15,000 for a total of $124,000 in
grants.
The Rockaway Community
Grant program is designed to
benefit the environment and lo-
cal communities in which Wil-
liams operates its Transco natu-
ral gas pipeline near Rockaway.
Williams has providedmore than
$700,000 in grants since the pro-
gram started in 2014. Twice a
year, community organizations
that reside in or provide service
to Rockaway can apply to the
program. Grants up to $15,000
per organization are awarded to
organizations promoting initia-
tives that support environmental
enhancement, education, eco-
nomic development, emergency
services, youth and senior pro-
grams. Community organiza-
tions can complete and submit
the electronic application found
online at www.williams.com/
rockawaygrant.
One of the grant winners was
the Rockaway Volunteer Ambu-
lance Search and Rescue Corp,
which is receiving $15,000 for
rescue supplies. “Our organi-
zation depends on communi-
ty contributions like this grant
from Williams to provide first
aid and pre-hospital care to our
many Rockaway residents and
visitors,” Chief RonnieMurchin-
son said. “This grant will be
used to purchase much-needed
rescue supplies to support our
ambulance and beach patrols.
We sincerely appreciate Wil-
liams’ support.”
Another big grant winner
was Rockaway Point Volunteer
Emergency Services Inc, which
received $15,000 for Person-
al Escape Systems. Grants of
$7,500 are going to the Com-
munity Center of the Rockaway
Peninsula in Far Rockaway and
to the Breezy Point Coopera-
tive for the Breezy Point Activ-
ity Center Generator. Twelve
groups received $5,000 grants
including the Brooklyn Bridge
Park Conservancy for the Envi-
ronmental Education Program,
the City Parks Foundation-Nat-
ural Areas Conservancy for the
Coastal Cleanup, Invasive Vege-
tation Removal, andNative Veg-
etation Planting Volunteer Pro-
grams in Rockaway Community
Park, the Greater Jamaica De-
velopment Corporation for
Small Business Assistance, the
Lacrosse Club of Rockaway for
General Operating Support, the
New York City Audubon Soci-
ety for Tidal Connections, New
York Public Radio/WNYC for
Radio Rookies, the Partnership
with Children for the Partnership
with Children College and Career
Readiness Project at Rockaway
CollegiateHigh School, PFC. John
G.McLaughlinPost 8540 Veterans
of Foreign Wars in Breezy Point
for Help A Vet, Rockaway Rising
Incorporated for the #NoExcuses-
Rockaway Middle School & High
School Expansion, the Rockaway
Rockies for the YouthHockey Pro-
gram, the Rockaway Rugby Club
for the Rugby Field Renovation
Project and the Rockaway Rugby
Football Club for the Youth Pro-
gram.
Grants of $4,000were awarded
to the Jamaica Bay Ecowatchers
for the Oyster Eco Dock and the
Rockaway Waterfront Alliance
for the Stewardship and Com-
munity Mobilization for More
Resilient Rockaway Waterways
& Waterfront. The Breezy Point
Garden Club received $3,000
for the Breezy Point Communi-
ty Garden Restoration. Awards
of $2,500 were given to the Belle
Harbor Yacht Club for the Beach
Channel Drive Park, the Black
& White Project Space for the
Beach Sessions Dance Series,
the Graybeards for Community
Support, Martin De Porres High
School for the Pollinator Garden
II and PS/MS 114 Q for the Af-
ter-School Drama Program. The
Broad Channel Historical Socie-
ty received $2,000 for the Virtual
Museum for the Broad Channel
Historical Society Collection and
$1,500 went to the Marine Park
Alliance Corp for the Marine
Park Beautification project.