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Hubbard County Child Abuse Prevention Council awards 2 donations

The Hubbard County Child Abuse Prevention Council (CAPC) presented grants to two local organizations on Tuesday, May 24.

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Pictured, from left, are Bob Kaumans with CAPC, Mike Johnk with the Pregnancy Resource Center, Molly London with Kinship and Jenifer Anderson with CAPC.
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The Hubbard County Child Abuse Prevention Council (CAPC) presented grants to two local organizations on Tuesday, May 24. Kinship of the Park Rapids Area received $3,400 and The Pregnancy Resource Center received $600.

According to a news release, these organizations were recognized by CAPC as providing support to children and strengthening families in our community. CAPC is able to award these grants because of community support and participation in the annual Radiothon to End Child Abuse.

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