October 20, 1993
Vol. 13, Issue 07
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Some people might call Paul Cummins crazy. =para Like many a private school official, Mr. Cummins, the president of the Crossroads School for Arts and Sciences here, has devoted untold hours to fund-raising. And he is good at it. His efforts on a recent campaign paid off to the tune of nearly $1 million.
The DeWitt Wallace-Reader's Digest Fund will devote nearly $20 million to expanding its "Pathways to Teaching'' and "Library Power'' programs, the foundation announced last week.
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