Clark Van Bogart, president of the Longbranch Foundation, at the Longbranch Marina’s opening day breakfast May 6. Van Bogart said the foundation is a way for people in the community to help maintain Longbranch’s historic infrastructure and raise money to help the youth on the Key Peninsula. He said the year-old nonprofit has given out scholarships to children from Evergreen Elementary School, donated money to the Red Barn Youth Center and help pay for the Longbranch Improvement Club’s Kids N Christmas event.
Clark Van Bogart, president of the Longbranch Foundation, at the Longbranch Marina’s opening day breakfast May 6. Van Bogart said the foundation is a way for people in the community to help maintain Longbranch’s historic infrastructure and raise money to help the youth on the Key Peninsula. He said the year-old nonprofit has given out scholarships to children from Evergreen Elementary School, donated money to the Red Barn Youth Center and help pay for the Longbranch Improvement Club’s Kids N Christmas event. David Montesino dmontesino@thenewstribune.com
Clark Van Bogart, president of the Longbranch Foundation, at the Longbranch Marina’s opening day breakfast May 6. Van Bogart said the foundation is a way for people in the community to help maintain Longbranch’s historic infrastructure and raise money to help the youth on the Key Peninsula. He said the year-old nonprofit has given out scholarships to children from Evergreen Elementary School, donated money to the Red Barn Youth Center and help pay for the Longbranch Improvement Club’s Kids N Christmas event. David Montesino dmontesino@thenewstribune.com

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Year-old Key Peninsula-based nonprofit provides lifeline for area youth, infrastructure

June 07, 2017 9:50 AM

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