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Despite an ongoing pandemic, Greater Latrobe Parks and Recreation (GLPR) programs haven’t suffered much in 2021. At Thursday’s GLPR commission meeting, board treasurer Dan Hennessy said a large number of programs have done “very well” this year and outperformed conservative budget projections made because of uncertainty tied to the COVID-19 pandemic.

In a presentation to the school board Tuesday, the Greater Latrobe Partners in Education Foundation (GLPIEF) announced $157,365 in program grants to the Greater Latrobe School District (GLSD). The foundation is able to provide these grants through the support of donations from GLSD staff, parents, alumni, community members and EITC business donations.

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