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USDA grant to aid SETHRA food distribution

Families and individuals receiving food assistance through the Southeast Tennessee Human Resources Agency (SETHRA), in a multi-county service area, will be aided by a $208,137 emergency health care grant from USDA Rural Development.

“This grant will significantly increase SETHRA’s capacity to distribute food and meals to low-income, disabled, and elderly households in our rural service area,” said SETHRA Executive Director Rachel Hackworth. “This is very exciting for our community.”

For more see the August 31 issue of The Dunlap Tribune.

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