Calhoun's Family Resource Network has received a $2,500 grant to help under-served Calhoun children.

The fill-the-gaps grant will help a small number of children ages 3-5 who are not covered by other programs, and could fall through the cracks, according to FRN Director Jean Simers.

The grant could provide such services as a tutor-teacher, physical therapist, occupational therapist, speech therapist or other services.

The mission of the CCFRN is to enhance local family's ability to protect, nurture, educate, and support children toward their full potential.

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