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YPI Blog: Make a Difference

How to Make a Difference in Your Rustbelt Hometown You know the saying, "you can lead a horse to water but you can’t make it drink"? The same goes for the youth in small towns and local events. As we…

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YPI Blog: Improving Main Street America

All across the country, there are many small towns that are working to improve their Main Streets. Many small towns face the challenge of overcoming depression and dilapidation. Their economies often are not what they once were. In some areas,…

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Scholarship Benefit Concert

Save the date! Sunday, October 19 at 3 p.m., Jimmy Fortune, former member of the Statler Brothers will present a concert along with Illusionist John Robertson and family at Richland High School Performing Arts Center, in memory of Kiersten A.…

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$51,500 in Scholarships for Med Students

On Tuesday, November 4, six area medical school students will receive $51,500 in scholarships during the 2014 Apollo Awards Dinner program. The annual dinner program will also honor four members (photo above) of the local health care community who have…

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Thank You!

We'd like to thank everyone who helped us celebrate Mark Pasquerilla and Ed Sheehan's "110th Birthday Bash" - and especially each and every one of the sponsors. Through your donations, nearly $40,000 total was raised to benefit three local nonprofits! That…

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AT&T Helps Kids Attend Camp in 2015

A $10,000 contribution from AT&T  will make summer camp possible for more than 100 at-risk students at The Learning Lamp’s free Outreach program next year.  Community Foundation for the Alleghenies facilitated the connection between the nonprofit and AT&T, which made…

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