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January is National Poverty Month

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January is National Poverty Month. To encourage change, and to improve the lives of those affected by poverty, York County is hosting a "Poverty Simulation" on January 29th. Community leaders are encouraged to attend to gain a better understanding of what those in our community face on a daily basis. Community Progress Council CEO Robin Rohrbaugh spoke with us about this event this morning.

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  • penn dutch

    Yes ,this will be educational for the leaders. A person ,no matter if they are someone or not,can still be taught something about life.The amount of pay one gets defrayed for their services in general labor ,aborts reality to the apex of humor.

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