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January 20, 2000

Pitt's Generations Together receives governor's award

Pitt's Generations Together has received the Governor's Silver and Gold Award for its work in uniting young people with the older population in programs and activities that benefit both parties.

The Silver and Gold Awards were created by the Pennsylvania Department of Aging to commemorate the "International Year of Older Persons — Toward a Society for All Ages," as proclaimed by Governor Tom Ridge in cooperation with the United Nations.

Generations Together won the award for its work to forge a union between older adults and youth. It was among 10 winners selected from 250 statewide nominees.

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