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Tahoe Shakespeare Festival wins humanities grant

Lake Tahoe Shakespeare Festival is held at the Warren Edward Trepp Stage in Sand Harbor.
Provided / Jeff Dow via Tribune File Photo

INCLINE VILLAGE, Nev. — Nevada Humanities recently announced the awards for the Nevada Humanities CARES: Emergency Relief Grants for Nevada Humanities and Cultural Organizations. 

The Lake Tahoe Shakespeare Festival received a $15,000 grant and was among many regional organizations. 

In total, $368,873 was given to 46 organizations across Nevada.

The grants will provide rapid-response, short-term operating support for Nevada nonprofit humanities and cultural organizations facing financial hardship and duress resulting from the COVID-19 health emergency. 

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