Centre County Judge Thomas King Kistler announces the creation of a program Wednesday that lets jurors donate their pay to charity. The money can be given back to the county or donated to the Centre County Child Access Center, the Centre County Child Advocacy Center, the Ethel Beaver Children’s Fund or the Centre Crest Resident Fund.
Centre County Judge Thomas King Kistler announces the creation of a program Wednesday that lets jurors donate their pay to charity. The money can be given back to the county or donated to the Centre County Child Access Center, the Centre County Child Advocacy Center, the Ethel Beaver Children’s Fund or the Centre Crest Resident Fund. CDT photo
Centre County Judge Thomas King Kistler announces the creation of a program Wednesday that lets jurors donate their pay to charity. The money can be given back to the county or donated to the Centre County Child Access Center, the Centre County Child Advocacy Center, the Ethel Beaver Children’s Fund or the Centre Crest Resident Fund. CDT photo

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