Second Mile CEO refutes report nonprofit is shutting doors

    The CEO of The Second Mile on Friday denied reports the nonprofit was closing its doors.

    According to NewsCore, acting CEO Dave Woodle told the Harrisburg Patriot-News the nonprofit was considering options, one of which included shutting down, but that no decision has been made.

    The news comes in the wake of a allegations against its founder and former Penn State assistant football coach Jerry Sandusky.

    According to the report, the other two options would be to continue current programs under the nonprofit or continue programs under a different charity.

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