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Community Foundation awards $5,000 for Project LINC program

April 07, 2011
  • Accepting the check for Easter Seals Adult Day Services is Debbie Lauricella, left, interim center director and Brenda Bush, community outreach director, from Bradley Sell, executive director of the Community Foundation.
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HAGERSTOWN — Recently, the Grants Allocation Committee of the Community Foundation of Washington County awarded a $5,000 grant to Easter Seals Adult Day Services to support the Project LINC program.

Project LINC, or Living Independently through Neighborhood Connections, is a medical day care program that provides medical assistance, medication monitoring, health education and health care coordination for local residents living in public housing within the Hagerstown Housing Authority.

The grant award was made possible in part by partnership with the Pauline Anderson Foundation.

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