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April 22, 2010

11 groups share grants from Lee Initiatives



Lee Initiatives 2010 grant recipients:

• Alternative Community Resource Program: $27,500, sensory lab for autism and ADHD patients.

• Beginnings Inc., $7,400, junior board puppet project.

• Church of the Brethren Home, $985, exercise equipment for stroke victim rehabilitation.

• Goodwill Industries, $18,495, wellness recovery action plan.

• Greater Johnstown Career and Technology Center, $7,620, testing fees, pre-clinical testing fees and uniforms.

• Johnstown Free Medical Clinic, $30,000, mobile dental care equipment and supplies.

• Middle Taylor Township Volunteer Fire Company, $1,000, rescue equipment.

• Mount Aloysius College, $10,000, ultrasound equipment.

• New Day Inc., $20,000, after-school program.

• St. Francis University, $7,000, asthma camp.

• Pitt-Johnstown, $20,000, caregiver education program.

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