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Wyoming Area Catholic School students from Ann Marie Walsh's class hold signs thanking Chesapeake Energy for its donation to the state's Education Improvement Tax Credit program as Barb Saxton from Chesapeake spoke at the school. Wyoming Area Catholic was one of eight schools in the region, including Endless Mountains Christian Academy in Tunkhannock, Good Shepherd Academy in Kingston and Holy Rosary in Duryea, Holy Redeemer in Wilkes-Barre locally, to receive $36,000 in tuition scholarships under the program. The scholarship donations are part of the K-12 EITC program that provides participating companies with a 75 percent tax credit, 90 percent for a two-year commitment, for funds donated to approved, nonprofit scholarship or educational improvement organizations.
Wyoming Area Catholic School students from Ann Marie Walsh's class hold signs thanking Chesapeake Energy for its donation to the state's Education Improvement Tax Credit program as Barb Saxton from Chesapeake spoke at the school. Wyoming Area Catholic was one of eight schools in the region, including Endless Mountains Christian Academy in Tunkhannock, Good Shepherd Academy in Kingston and Holy Rosary in Duryea, Holy Redeemer in Wilkes-Barre locally, to receive $36,000 in tuition scholarships under the program. The scholarship donations are part of the K-12 EITC program that provides participating companies with a 75 percent tax credit, 90 percent for a two-year commitment, for funds donated to approved, nonprofit scholarship or educational improvement organizations.
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Wyoming Area Catholic School students from Ann Marie Walsh’s class hold signs thanking Chesapeake Energy for its donation to the state’s Education Improvement Tax Credit program as Barb Saxton from Chesapeake spoke at the school. Wyoming Area Catholic was one of eight schools in the region, including Endless Mountains Christian Academy in Tunkhannock, Good Shepherd Academy in Kingston and Holy Rosary in Duryea, Holy Redeemer in Wilkes-Barre locally, to receive $36,000 in tuition scholarships under the program. The scholarship donations are part of the K-12 EITC program that provides participating companies with a 75 percent tax credit, 90 percent for a two-year commitment, for funds donated to approved, nonprofit scholarship or educational improvement organizations.


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