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Paine College moves closer towards its $6 million fundraising goal



Paine College is moving toward the $6 million goal of its Growing Paine fundraising initiative.

On Tuesday, Mayor Garnett Johnson presented the historically Black college with a $30,000 check toward the campaign, drawn from proceeds of this year’s Mayor’s Masters Reception.

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  1. It appears that Paine College has finally secured a group of administrators and faculty who understand fiscal responsibility, and will keep their heads above water. Their fund-raising capabilities, as of late, have been proven to be working. I also understand that many high-profile citizens have opened their wallets to Paine, including Mayor Johnson. Thank you, Mr. Mayor. Maybe there is some hope for A/RC after all. Congrats to Paine and all their hardworking management and staff.

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