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Grant helps children’s dyslexia center stay open (access required)

The Rochester Children’s Dyslexia Center has received a $25,000 grant and relocation assistance to support free tutoring. The award, from the Odd Fellow & Rebekah Benefit Fund, will help the center continue to provide free tutoring to children with dyslexia and other reading disorders in Monroe and surrounding counties. “The mission of the Odd Fellow & Rebekah ...
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