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Effort to create arts center in Fort Plain takes step forward

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A long-awaited letter from the IRS brings Historic Fort Plain Inc. one step closer to transforming the old village Universalist Church building into a haven for the arts. The group was awarded its 501c3 non-profit status early this month, which HFP treasurer and event planner Tolga Morawski says will unlock scores of opportunities. “The big thing is grant money,” he said. Most federal and historic preservation grants require the non-profit status. “It just means we’ve ...


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