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(Washington Post) — D.C. school officials are trying to determine what became of a $100,000 award from AARP toMcKinley Technology High School that was intended to fund a community service program for students and senior citizens that never started.  In February 2008, the Northeast Washington school was one of seven high schools across the country to win the Ethel Percy Andrus Award – named after AARP’s founder – for fostering relationships between generations. Students had spent the previous year working with senior citizens who came to McKinley once a week for tutoring on how to use the Internet.

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