Confluence funding moves forward

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EAU CLAIRE, Wis. (WEAU) With the governor signing the state budget into law yesterday comes approval for the confluence project funding.

According to Confluence Campaign Coordinator Wally Rogers, this secures a big part of funding for the arts center of the project. He says more than $9 million has been raised so far locally.

Rogers says the next step is to secure money from regional and national foundations.



 
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