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United Way awards $25,000 grant to The Crossing

The grant will be used for the Crossing Xtreme program.
Posted on Feb. 27, 2013 at 12:00 a.m.

ELKHART — United Way of Elkhart County awarded a $25,000 grant to The Crossing Educational Center to help service struggling young people in Elkhart County.

The money will be used for the Crossing Xtreme, a vocational job training program focused on helping youth in Elkhart County develop traits and skills needed to get a job after graduating high school.

Crossing Xtreme partners with Habitat for Humanity, giving students the opportunity to learn construction. Students also work with the Crossing’s non-profit tree removal business.

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