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Kathleen Cerveny left as producer of arts and cultural affairs at pubcaster WCPN-FM to become program officer, cultural affairs at the Cleveland Foundation. Her successor, former media officer and publications director at the Foundation, Dennis J. Dooley, will work on a special 75th anniversary program.

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    Kathleen Cerveny left as producer of arts and cultural affairs at pubcaster WCPN-FM to become program officer, cultural affairs at the Cleveland Foundation. Her successor, former media officer and publications director at the Foundation, Dennis J. Dooley, will work on a special 75th anniversary program.

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