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After losing thousands because of cuts in state funding, the Lutheran Settlement House found other ways to continue its adult education programs.
| March 28, 2012 |
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LSH realized that, to survive, the literacy program had to change, she added.
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Hall-Reinhard said there has been $15,000 from the Fels Foundation, $40,000 from a family foundation that requested anonymity, and $2,000 from Beneficial Bank.