The first contract was for $273,871.77, which Fred Oliveros, administrator of the Cambria County Drug and Alcohol Program, said was obtained in supplemental Block Grant funds and would fund a tutoring supervisor, five tutors, a mentor and three drivers, who would transport the children from schools in Greater Johnstown School District to the center and then home, as well as mileage reimbursement.

The second contract was between the county and the University of Georgia at a rate of $5,000 for training for the Strong African American Families Program, which will be facilitated through the academy.

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