Motorama Taking Grant Applications

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NORTH ADAMS, Mass. — The annual Motorama event has drawn thousands of people and hundreds of participants to downtown North Adams in a celebration of all things motorized. 
 
The Motorama Committee is also committed to giving back to the community by donating the proceeds of each year to local charities.
 
Nonprofit organizations can apply for funds to support ongoing work or new programs. The deadline for the request for proposals is 4 p.m. on Tuesday, Nov. 22. 
 
An application can be downloaded here. Hard copies can be requested from the Office of Tourism and Community Events by calling 413-664-6180, or emailing tourism@northadams-ma.gov.
 
An electronic copy of this application can be sent to aboutin@northadams-ma.gov or mailed to Motorama c/o Office of Community Events, Alexis Boutin, 10 Main St., North Adams, MA
01247.
 
The Motorama Committee of Joe Dean, Jeff Sylvester, Suzy Helme and Alexis Boutin will review the proposals. 
 
Next year's Motorama will be held Sunday, Aug. 27, 2023.

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Attendees will learn about various tips and practices they can incorporate into their lives to ensure they are taking better care of themselves.
 
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