International Paper’s Maysville Mill awarded $50,000 in International Paper Foundation grants to nine local organizations, demonstrating the company’s commitment to education, hunger, health & wellness, disaster relief and initiatives that improve our planet. “We are privileged to be able to support local organizations in their efforts to make a difference in the lives of residents in our community,” said Doug Wadley, mill manager, International Paper Maysville Mill. “We are able to provide resources to address critical needs in the communities where our employees live and work, and the efforts of these organizations serve to strengthen our community.” — Women’s Crisis Center to create and maintain a Maysville Green Dot website and a Maysville Green Dot mobile app. The Green Dot Violence Prevention Strategy is a national program that trains students, faculty and staff in bystander intervention to help prevent instances of power-based personal violence. — Tollesboro Lions Club, Inc. to improve the blacktop walking trail. This walking trail is used by many members of our community as a safe location to walk to get exercise and enjoy the outdoors. — Kentucky Gateway Museum Cent...