United Way to use surplus to fund agencies


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Cindy Wehmiller of Seymour helps children learn their colors last fall at the Seymour Head Start Center. Seymour Head Start receives funding from the Jackson County United Way. PHOTO BY AARON PIPER


Jackson County United Way delivered good news — accompanied by a concern for the future — to its 20 member agencies last week.

The United Way board of directors approved full funding of $620,052 in grants to the 20 health and human services partner agencies.

Surplus funds will help finance those allocations, and that’s where the concern comes into play.

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