The Wyoming Cultural Trust Fund last week awarded over $3/4 million dollars to cultural and heritage projects around the state including five in Teton County. Those projects include $25,000 to the Art Association of Jackson Hole, $7,640 to C-bar-V Ranch for their Arts and Community Project for Wyoming Special Needs Youth, $14,800 to Dancers’ Workshop for their Wyoming Outreach Tour, $6,000 to Jackson Hole Writers, and$7,000 to the National Museum of Wildlife Art for the “Traveling Trout” School Exhibition. Three projects in Sublette County were also granted a total of $27-thousand. Representative Keith Gingery says this year’s grant recipients of funds from the legislative enacted program anticipate generating 10 for every dollar received in matching support for their projects. Total requests this year amounted to more than $1.4 million dollars.