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Law office to support Head Start

Published March 6, 2013 7:51 am
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A Salt Lake City law office has selected a federally-funded early childhood education program to support with a three-year grant. Snell & Wilmer, a law firm with nine locations throughout the West, announced it is awarding $25,000 each year for the next three years to Head Start, a program administered by Salt Lake Community Action Program (CAP). Salt Lake CAP's Head Start program serves over 2,400 children from low-income families in 84 classrooms throughout Salt Lake and Tooele counties. The grant begins this summer.




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