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Shelby Prevention has joined the ranks of organizations feeling the bite of the economic crunch.
Board members met Friday for the first in a series of several sustainability workshops designed to find ways to make the organization self-sustaining in the event that funding becomes unavailable in the future, which is a distinct possibility, Director Elizabeth Pulliam said.
At the workshop, held at the Shelby County Cooperative Extension Office, Pulliam told several board members who had gathered that the 5-year Drug-Free Communities grant is coming to an end soon.
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