Alachua County's 'Foster Grandparents' On Hold Due to Government Shutdown
Published October 5th, 2013
ALACHUA COUNTY -- Nearly 200 public school students across Alachua County may have to go without a mentor after the plug was abruptly pulled on the county's Foster Grandparents program on Friday.
TV20's Trent Kelly reports, the program is just the latest victim of the federal government shutdown.
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