Weekly Edition Feb. 27 - Online Edition

Feb. 27 – Online Edition

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The Resource Center for Independent Living, Inc., Osage City, received a three-year $190,000 plus award from the Walter S. and Evan C. Jones Testamentary Trust, Bank of America, N.A., Trustee, to fund services for youth with disabilities between ages 14 and 24 as they transition to adulthood. Read about this grant and how the Resource Center for Indpendent Living, Inc. plans to utilize the funds in this week’s edition of The Herald-Chronicle, online now.
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