Monmouth Arts Announces Recipients of Arthelps Funding for 2024


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The New Jersey State Council on the Arts is awarding $125,000 in grants to 25 nonprofit arts organizations in the state's Monmouth County, the Asbury Park Press reports.

"From Allentown in western Monmouth County to Asbury Park and Atlantic Highlands on the coast, these groups are doing important work and should be supported," says Teresa Staub, executive director of Monmouth Arts.

"We thank the New Jersey State Council on the Arts and Gov.

Murphy for their continued investment in our residents and our creative community."



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