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LIFE Report offers key data to groups

Government, community organizations see how to set priorities

10:14 PM, Mar. 29, 2013
JoanneKelly
JoanneKelly
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The 4,000 households that recently received surveys about life in Marathon County have an important role to play in determining the priorities of community organizations and governments, leaders say.

The United Way of Marathon County, along with 20 partner organizations, is seeking responses for its ninth LIFE Report, which is published every two years. The report gathers data about demographics and social issues, such as hunger and excessive drinking, in Marathon County and residents' perceptions of those issues.

Joanne Kelly, executive director of the United Way of Marathon ...

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