Aila Worley, a Harbor volunteer, works at the orgazniation's thirft store, Pizzazz. Budget proposals would cut the town's funding for Harbor and other nonprofits in half.
Aila Worley, a Harbor volunteer, works at the orgazniation's thirft store, Pizzazz. Budget proposals would cut the town's funding for Harbor and other nonprofits in half. dquizon@newsobserver.com
Aila Worley, a Harbor volunteer, works at the orgazniation's thirft store, Pizzazz. Budget proposals would cut the town's funding for Harbor and other nonprofits in half. dquizon@newsobserver.com

Smithfield may cut nonprofit funding by 50 percent

May 20, 2013 6:30 PM

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