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News Briefing: Plan for Dozens of Salvation Army Centers Falters

By Kate Golden on June 15, 2009No Comment
  • Joan Kroc's plan for lavish Salvation Army community centers – funded in part by her $1.8 billion – is sputtering five years after her death.  [New York Times]

  • University of Virginia President John Casteen says he will step down next year, after two decades on the job.  [Washington Post]

  • A Texas teen aims to raise $1 million for the Texas Scottish Rite Hospital for Children.  [Associated Press]

  • Former Texas Governor Bill Clements is giving $100 million to UT Southwestern Medical Center.  [The Dallas Morning News]
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