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SHPTV Receives Dane G. Hansen Grant

Smoky Hills Public TelevisionThe Dane G. Hansen Foundation has awarded Smoky Hills Public Television with a grant for $115,000 to support the station's general programming and station operations.

"The support we receive from Dane G. Hansen is vital to the operations of SHPTV," said Kelli King, Smoky Hills Public Television Director of Finance and Administration. "The funds from the Dane G. Hansen Foundation will be educating thousands of people across central and western Kansas through our SHPTV local productions, educational programming, and our book distribution to Head Start programs! A big thank you to the Dane G. Hansen Foundation for their continued support year after year!"

The Dane G. Hansen Foundation is committed to providing opportunities for the people of Northwest Kansas to enjoy the highest possible quality of life. The foundation advances its mission by investing in the areas of education, health care, economic development, community social services and security, conservation and environment, arts and culture, and community beautification.

Smoky Hills Public Television serves 71 counties in central and western Kansas and has been named the Kansas Association of Broadcasters Non-Metro Station of the Year.

(Information courtesy SHPTV.)

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