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Agency Allocates More Than $2 Million to Help Children

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Posted: Thursday, December 12, 2013 12:00 pm

A taxpayer-funded agency in 2014 will allocate $2.54 million to organizations that help children with various needs, such as substance abuse, pregnancy and mental health problems.

The Franklin County Community Resource Board, which collects a quarter-cent sales tax, announced last week that 15 agencies will receive the funds to provide 33 programs for Franklin County youth ages 19 or less.

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