Horizon Foundation
Grants Made in June 2000

Addison Gallery of American Art BJ Larson,
Director of Museum Resources
Andover, Massachusetts
One year grant of $11,000 to support the Education Outreach Program with Merrimack Valley Public Schools, particularly the program,Culture Works.
Adelante! Inc./Lawrence Youth Center Fr. Joachim Lally,
Executive Director
Lawrence, Massachusetts
One year grant of $8,000 to support Project Adelante/School Success, a program which intends to motivate kids to learn and lead through personal attention, computers and high-school and college role models.
Children's Museum of Lowell Nancy Stice,
Executive Director
Lowell, Massachusetts
One year grant of $8,000 to support the design of curriculum, program development, and program materials for Made in the Shade.
Club Passim Betsy Siggins Schmidt,
Executive Director
Cambridge, Massachusetts
One year grant of $6,800 to support Culture for Kids, specifically and exclusively the celebration of four North American events: jazz, blues, folk/rock, Native American and/or Acadian.
Damariscotta Lake Watershed Association Al Railsback,
Executive Director
Newcastle, Maine
One year grant of $5,000 to support ongoing operational needs.
Essex Art Center Leslie Costello,
Executive Director
Lawrence, Massachusetts
One year grant of $2,000 to support ongoing operational needs.
Essex County Greenbelt Ed Becker,
Executive Director
Essex, Massachusetts
One year grant of $4,000 to support the publication of The Greenbelt Guidebook.
Franklin County Soil and Water Association Connie Tibbitts,
Administrative Assistant
Farmington, Maine
One year grant of $1,500 to support the production of A Day Activity Booklets.
Greater Boston Youth Symphony Orchestra Ryan Losey,
Director of Development
Boston, Massachusetts
One year grant of $6,250 to support scholarships for Essex, Middlesex or Barnstable County youth for the two-week seven concert Tour to France in June 2000.
The Improbable Players Kate Amory,
Development Director
Watertown, Massachusetts
One year grant of $2,800 to support Creativity and Addiction, a collaboration with the Harbor School Amesbury-Campus.
Isles, Inc. Djenaba Figueroa,
Resource Development Coordinator
Trenton, New Jersey
Completed second year grant of $15,000 to support the Environmental Education Program.
Maine Lakes Conservancy Ship Bright,
Executive Director
Nobleboro, Maine
Three year grant of $20,000 each year for the next three years to support the hiring of the Director of Education to design and implement the experiential environmental education conducted in mobile floating classrooms.
Maine Lakes Conservancy Ship Bright,
Executive Director
Nobleboro, Maine
One year grant of $4,000 to support the Conservancy's ongoing operations.
Merrimack River Watershed Association Beth Handler Brazil,
Education Program Manager
Lawrence, Massachusetts
Two year grant of $12,000 for year one and $8,000 for year two to support Adopt-A-Salmon Family Program: Providing Teacher Support for Interdisciplinary Watershed Education.
The Nature Conservancy Kent Womack,
Executive Director
Brunswick, Maine
One year grant of $35,000 to support the St. John River Project for land conservationin Maine.
New England Forestry Foundation Keith Ross,
Vice-President
Groton, Massachusetts
One year grant of $50,000 to support the Pingree Forest Partnership for land conservation in Maine.
New England String Ensemble Peter Stickel,
Executive Director
Wakefield, Massachusetts
One year met challenge grant of $10,000 to support the program, New England Musical Heritage, Inc.
New Jersey SEEDS, Inc. Amy Ziebarth,
Executive Director
Hightstown, New Jersey
One year grant of $12,000 to support New Jersey SEEDS Phase III at The Peddie School which will provide opportunities for highly motivated, academically qualified, economically disadvantaged students.
Peabody Essex Museum Anne Cademenos,
Director of Grants
Salem, Massachusetts
One year grant of $12,000 to support the development of Fish and Fisheries exhibit for the Nature Culture Center
Powow River Watershed Association/Camp Kent Kathleen Crowley,
Town Youth Director
Amesbury, Massachusetts
One year grant of $5,000 to support the environmental education programs at Camp Kent.
Quebec Labrador Foundation Sally Milliken,
Project Coordinator
Ipswich, Massachusetts
One year grant of $5,000 to support the hiring of an intern for the final phase of the Carrabassett Valley Rail Trail Project.
RAW Art Works Kit Jenkins,
Executive Director
Lynn, Massachusetts
One year grant of $12,000 to support Women 2 Be at Raw Space.
Stony Brook-Millstone Watershed Association George Hawkins,
Executive Director
Pennington, New Jersey
One year grant of $17,000 to support internship training for the Association's environmental education program to protect and preserve the watershed.
Student Conservation Association Hugh Montgomery,
Development Officer
Charlestown, New Hampshire
Completed third year grant of $15,000 to support student summer trail work and the collaborative efforts in the Stroudwater Trail Project.
Summer in Greater Lawrence Betty Beland,
Director of the Stevens Foundations
Lawrence, Massachusetts
One year grant of $1,000 to support the coordinated summer process that funds youth programs throughout Greater Lawrence, Massachusetts.
Three Bays Preservation Lindsey Counsell,
Executive Director
Osterville, MA
One year grant of $3,000 to support ongoing environmental operations.
Toxics Action Center Matthew Wilson,
Executive Director
Boston, MA
One year grant of $1,000 to support the Recycling Imitative Campaign's local assistance program.
Wenham Museum Jacquie Serafino,
Project Director
Wenham, Massachusetts
One year grant of $6,250 to support the program, Around the World with Miss Columbia-Discovering a World of Change.
YMCA of Greater Boston/Earth Service Corps Patty Hession,
YESC Regional Director
Boston, Massachusetts
One year grant of $7,000 to support YESC club activity in Middlesex County, Massachusetts.
YWCA Princeton Mary Jane Barretta,
Executive Director
Princeton, New Jersey
One year grant of $10,000 to support the Leadership and Mentoring Program (LAMP) for girls to develop career interests and goals.