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  Originally Published on: 4/10/2014

The Richland County Foundation hosted an informal breakfast gathering Thursday for business and community leaders at their office at 24 W. Third St. in Mansfield.

Foundation president Brady Groves saids the foundation puts on the informational breakfast four times a year for two main reasons.

"First we want to bring new executive directors, new people in town who work for non-profits or the public school system together to meet and network," Groves said.

"Second it provides us an opportunity to tell folks more about the foundation, how we work with donors and how the grants impact Richland County," Groves said.

For more information about the Richland County Foundation visit www.rcfoundation.org.

   
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