ROCHESTER, Minn. (KTTC) -- The Boys & Girls Club of Rochester is among three organizations to receive money from the "It's Worth the Energy" Grant Opportunity program by Minnesota Energy Resources.
The Boys & Girls Club of Rochester and the Child Care Resource Referral partnership will receive $2,000 to build a new space in the city to support youth ages birth to 18. Child Care Resource and Referral will use the facility during the day and the Boys & Girls Club will use the facility during the evening.
Headwaters Science Center, Bemidji and 360 Communities, Burnsville also received money from the grant program.
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