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Community Needs Assessment To Be Released Soon

Left, the Rev. Amy Rohler, Community Helping Hands director, and Tory Irgang, United Way of Southern Chautauqua County executive director, during the Empire State Poverty Reduction Initiative task force meeting Wednesday at Community Helping Hands, which is located at the Gateway Center at 31 Water St. Community Helping Hands officials provide emergency assistance to local families in need of clothing, household items and furniture and they also operate a youth/family center on the second floor of the Gateway Center. P-J photo by Dennis PhillipsFor the past few months, there have been...

Community Needs Assessment To Be Released Soon
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