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Applications for Robertson Family Foundation grant now available

The Blanche & amp; Julian Robertson Family Foundation grant application forms for 2007, the foundation’s 10th year, are now available at several locations in Salisbury and online.

Printed application forms can be picked up at Wachovia Bank’s main Salisbury office, 130 S. Main St.; Wachovia’s West Innes Street office in Salisbury; Rowan Public Library headquarters, 201 W. Fisher St.; and at the foundation office, 141 E. Council St.

Forms also can be obtained online at the foundation Web site, bjrff.org, and by calling the foundation office at 704-637-0511 and requesting the forms via e-mail.

All grant applications must be received by the foundation no later than 5 p.m., Friday, March 30, 2007.

The foundation board meets May 21, 2007, for the final review of the applications and awarding of grants.

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