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Snapshots: Pets needing forever homes, council members sworn in and more!

Chevron recently donated $27,500 to Partners Western Colorado Conservation Corps. The money will go towards the bridge program, which helps young people to go to college. It will also help provide staff support, including where to get books, tutoring for classes, and financial aid. Partners additionaly plans to use the money for more computers, laptops, and tools. Funding will help with resume writing, job searches and studying to obtain GEDs.
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