Mott Gallery of History and Art receive donation

Joyce Hinrichs

The Herald

As the Mott Gallery of History and Art has expanded and are looking towards their 10th anniversary in 2014, a new goal has been set. That goal is raising funds to install an elevator and upon succeeding in this, expanding to the 2nd floor of our building.

Photo Courtesy of Bismarck Tribune Mott Gallery of History and Art association members, from left, Darlene Kallis, Ray Bieber, Shirley Halvorson and Joyce Hinrichs are dedicated to the gallery’s growth.
Photo Courtesy of Bismarck Tribune
Mott Gallery of History and Art association members, from left, Darlene Kallis, Ray Bieber, Shirley Halvorson and Joyce Hinrichs are dedicated to the gallery’s growth.

Published December 6, 2013

The Herald

We are proud and grateful to announce that the MOTT (Mott Opportunity today and Tomorrow) has stepped up first and agreed to participate in this fund raiser with $6,000; $2,000 up front to making it possible to open a bank account for funds raised for this project, and to be ready to have any funds needed should a matching fund grant be required.

The MOTT started in 1990 and is dedicated to community economic development. It is stated that they give back to the community an average yearly donation of $12,000. They are a 501C3 non-profit charity with the goal to create jobs and stimulate economic activity in the Mott area.

Funds raised by the MOTT organization help businesses contribute to various endowments and trust funds. You can make cash contributions to the City of Mott Development Fund, and you can also donate your time by becoming a member of the MOTT. The President of this organization is Ben Olien and you can contact him at 701-824-2243 or at e-mail mottgroup201@yahoo.com. This group meets most Thursday mornings in the back room of the Pheasant Café in Mott at 7 a.m (MT).

 

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