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March 21, 2022

Rep. Kirkpatrick Secures $600,000 for YMCA Drowning Prevention Services Facility Improvements

(Tucson, A.Z.) Today, Rep. Kirkpatrick announces $600,000 in federal funds have been appropriated to the YMCA of Southern Arizona for improvements to the Drowning Prevention Services Facility. This funding is part of Rep. Kirkpatrick’s Community Project Funding allocations included in the government funding package, “Omnibus” that passed last week.  These funds will be used towards…

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March 16, 2022

Rep. Kirkpatrick Secures Over 2.8 million for Amity Foundation, Expanding Mother’s Hub at Circle Tree Ranch

Honors the Recent Passing of Amity Founder, Naya Arbiter (Washington, D.C.) Today, Rep. Kirkpatrick announces over $2.8 million in federal funds have been appropriated to Amity Foundation’s project for Mother’s Hub at Circle Tree Ranch. This funding is part of Rep. Kirkpatrick’s Community Project Funding allocations included in the government funding package, “Omnibus,” that passed last week. The…

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March 15, 2022

Rep. Kirkpatrick Secures Over $1.1 Million for Cochise County Animal Shelter 

(Washington, D.C.) Today, Rep. Kirkpatrick announces over $1.1 million in federal funds have been appropriated to allow Cochise County, in coordination with the Humane Society of Southern Arizona and Friends of the Bisbee Animal Shelter, to design and remodel a vacant County building into a modern animal shelter facility. This funding is part of Rep. Kirkpatrick’s Community Project Funding allocations included in the government…

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March 14, 2022

Rep. Kirkpatrick Helps Secure Over $1.1 Million for Dunbar Pavilion School Rehabilitation Project

(Washington, D.C.) Today, Rep. Kirkpatrick announces over $1.1 million will go directly to Dunbar Pavilion and Dunbar School as part of the City of Tucson’s Arts & Culture Revitalization Initiative. This funding is part of Rep. Kirkpatrick’s Community Project Funding allocations which was included in the government funding package, “Omnibus” that passed last week.  These funds will support the City of Tucson…

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March 14, 2022


Rep. Kirkpatrick Announces $13,787,049 in Local Southern Arizona Projects 

Funding Expected to Pass House Tonight (Washington, D.C.) – Today, Rep. Kirkpatrick announces that $13,787,049 in Community Project Funding she secured for Arizona during the Appropriations process, is included in the government funding package. The House will vote to pass the government funding package “Omnibus” later this evening. “I am incredibly pleased to vote for $13,787,049 in Community Project Funding in this…

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