A grant helping disabled veterans get involved with paralympic training is up for possible approval

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Updated: 3/26 1:39 pm
RENO, Nev. (KRNV & MyNews4.com) -- A grant helping disabled veterans get involved with paralympic training is up for possible approval at the Reno City Council meeting today.

"Fit, but not forgotten" is a program that helps local veterans train like paralympians and learn the skills of how to be fit for life.

The $15 thousand dollar grant that is up for approval will help ensure the program sticks around.

The program is run twice a week at the Evelyn Mount Northeast community center.

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Kramer - 3/26/2014 1:53 PM
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This could be a worthwhile investment. Won't discuss parking meter fiasco, but I do recall some prior grants: $25K to the Marina Shopping Center (Sparks) for their "lighthouse" edifice; $1Mill to a tobacco/cancer support foundation, I forgot how much $ to the Sierra Safari Zoo. Then there's the $1Mill grant they got (for "transportation") for the 1st St. sidewalk along the river. Love the view of the dinghys there!
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