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<p>Ronnie Herndon, executive director of Albina Head Start, addresses supporters at the McCormick-Matthews Head Start Center in north Portland Monday, to announce an $18 million investment that will allow the low-income advocacy organization to expand services to low income children.</p>

Ronnie Herndon, executive director of Albina Head Start, addresses supporters at the McCormick-Matthews Head Start Center in north Portland Monday, to announce an $18 million investment that will allow the low-income advocacy organization to expand services to low income children.

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$18 million investment to increase services for children

Thanks to an $18 million investment, five existing Albina Head Start and Albina Early Head Start program properties in Portland will be able to refinance, offsetting some of the organization’s debt burden, and freeing up resources to expand other services in the process.