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Child Advocacy Center receives grant

Staff Report

September 13, 2013

The Logan County Child Advocacy Center (LCCAC) received a $2,000 grant through the Community Participation Program due to the work of the area’s Legislative Delegation. Beth Cook, Executive Director for LCCAC, said the center was very grateful for the support and funds will be used to replace two very old computers.


The Logan County Commission will be the fiscal agent for the grant and will receive the grant on behalf of the Logan Center.


The Logan County Child Advocacy Center serves children from Logan, Mingo, and part of Lincoln Counties.