FFNM Foundation grants $1,500 to Thunder Bay Arts Council

Courtesy Photo Pictured from left to right are Clint Kendziorski, Thunder Bay Arts Council first vice president and program director, and Michael Mahler, FFNM Legacy Foundation president.

First Federal of Northern Michigan Legacy Foundation presented a $1,500 grant to Thunder Bay Arts Council as one of their fourth quarter grant recipients. The $1,500 will be used toward the cost associated with bringing TBD A Cappella to the Northeast Michigan area.

TBD A Cappella is a professional men’s A Cappella group from metro Detroit who will be performing a variety of pop tunes that will be entertaining for the entire family. The program will be held at 7 p.m. on Friday, April 17, in the Granum Theatre at Alpena Community College. Tickets are $20 and there is no cost for children or students. Tickets can be purchased at https://squareup.com/store/thunder-bay-arts-council-and-gallery.

For additional information on how you can support the Thunder Bay Arts Council or to see upcoming events, visit their website at www.thunderbayarts.org or call the TBA office at 989- 356-6678.

Headquartered in Alpena, the First Federal of Northern Michigan Legacy Foundation is a charitable organization dedicated to serving community activities and nonprofit organizations in the Greater Alanson, Cheboygan, Gaylord, Lewiston, Oscoda, Mio, and Alpena areas.

The FFNM Legacy Foundation welcomes grant applications for consideration at its quarterly meeting. Applications are available at https://www.ffnmlegacyfoundation.com.


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