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April 28, 1994 | ED BOND
A family care center is preparing for all contingencies in case it doesn't get a $400,000 state grant. Word on whether the grant has been approved for the East Valley Family Care Center, based at Glenwood Elementary School in Sun Valley, is expected next week. However, an open house to celebrate the award of the grant is already scheduled for May 20. "With or without the grant, the community needs to be involved either way," said Ann Britt, chairwoman of the center's board of directors.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
May 18, 1994 | ED BOND
An open house for a family care center in Sun Valley, planned for Friday, has been canceled because the center failed to get an anticipated state grant earlier this month. Organizers had been planning to hold the open house at the East Valley Family Care Center regardless of whether they got the grant, but the emotional impact of losing funding was stronger than anticipated. "We're going to have to wait until we have something to celebrate," said Ann Britt, chairwoman of the center's board.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
March 22, 1994 | ED BOND
An East Valley group hopes to expand and renovate a family-care center at a Sun Valley school if a $400,000 grant in state funds is approved. "The reality is we have very few services in our community," said Deanna Chechile, project director for the East Valley Family Care Center at Glenwood Elementary School in Sun Valley. The grant money would be used to buy new medical equipment and install a dental chair that had been donated by the North Hollywood Rotary Club last year.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
April 28, 1994 | ED BOND
A family care center is preparing for all contingencies in case it doesn't get a $400,000 state grant. Word on whether the grant has been approved for the East Valley Family Care Center, based at Glenwood Elementary School in Sun Valley, is expected next week. However, an open house to celebrate the award of the grant is already scheduled for May 20. "With or without the grant, the community needs to be involved either way," said Ann Britt, chairwoman of the center's board of directors.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
May 18, 1994 | ED BOND
An open house for a family care center in Sun Valley, planned for Friday, has been canceled because the center failed to get an anticipated state grant earlier this month. Organizers had been planning to hold the open house at the East Valley Family Care Center regardless of whether they got the grant, but the emotional impact of losing funding was stronger than anticipated. "We're going to have to wait until we have something to celebrate," said Ann Britt, chairwoman of the center's board.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
March 22, 1994 | ED BOND
An East Valley group hopes to expand and renovate a family-care center at a Sun Valley school if a $400,000 grant in state funds is approved. "The reality is we have very few services in our community," said Deanna Chechile, project director for the East Valley Family Care Center at Glenwood Elementary School in Sun Valley. The grant money would be used to buy new medical equipment and install a dental chair that had been donated by the North Hollywood Rotary Club last year.
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