Wonderbound’s 10 dancers rehearse in a 1920s-era U.S. post office garage that sits in a no man’s land just north of Denver’s rapidly gentrifying downtown. It’s not Curtis Park, Ballpark, Five Points, or RiNo, but a window into the human condition. Patrons of nearby homeless shelters recline on the sidewalk and watch through open double doors […]
Created by a merger in 2008 of the Jay Kenney Foundation and the William C. Kenney Watershed Foundation, the new organization reflects and honors four generations of Kenney Brothers over three centuries. The first set of brothers manufactured window screens and school desksdesks in Winchendon and Weston, MA between 1844 and 1955. The third generation, Jay and Wick, founded the predecessors to the Kenney Brothers Foundation. The fourth generation includes Clayton and Duncan, both now active board members.
Two funds currently make up the foundation: the Wick Kenney Fund and the Jay Kenney Fund.