Liquor Control Board Provides Grants to Mifflin and Juniata Counties

(HARRISBURG) – Sen. Jake Corman (R-34) today announced that the Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board (LCB) has awarded two grants benefiting initiatives that are aimed at preventing underage and high-risk alcohol use.

Sen. Corman announced that Juniata County Criminal Justice has been awarded a $10,261 grant and also the Mifflin County Regional Police Department has been awarded an $11,500 grant.

Corman said the LCB’s Bureau of Alcohol Education received a total of one hundred and three applications for the 2008-2009 grant cycle. The LCB awarded $700,000 in grants to sixty-eight entities across the Commonwealth.

“These grants support a wide range of activities that include law enforcement training and efforts and other prevention activities,” Corman said. “I am pleased that the LCB recognized both the need for targeted approaches in Mifflin and Juniata Counties and the efforts of our local organizations to respond effectively.”

Senator Jake Corman, the Senate’s Majority Policy Chairman, represents the 34th Senatorial District, which includes Centre, Mifflin, Juniata, Perry and Union Counties.

Don Houser
Phone: 717 787-1377