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Nayler keeps the memory of his deceased son alive through community action

“My husband Tom and I wanted to use Ryan’s lived experience to make a difference. We wanted what he went through to be used for good,’ says Barrie woman behind Ryan’s Hope Positive thinking is a driving and transformative force for Christine Nayler, who turned the grief of losing her …

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The San Bernardino Housing Authority will hold free workshops in Victorville

RANCHO CUCAMONGA, CA., August 2, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — The Housing Authority of San Bernardino County (HACSB), an on-site partner of the Inland Empire Health Plan’s (IEHP) Victorville Community Resource Center, conducts housing support workshops for county residents. These free workshops will provide residents with a wide range of information on …

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Micro-grants available for invasive species removal, education

Municipalities, Indigenous communities and non-profit organizations could receive $1,000 in one-time funding to help protect land and water from invasive species PRESS RELEASEINVASIVE SPECIES CENTER*************************You can help protect your community’s land and water from invasive species with an Invasive Species Micro-Grant. Recognizing the importance of working together to prevent invasive …

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Mayor – News – July 2022 – CITY OF NEW ORLEANS AND PARTNER SCHOOLS LAUNCH HOMEOWNERSHIP INCENTIVE PROGRAM FOR TEACHERS

NEW ORLEANS – Mayor LaToya Cantrell was joined today by the Office of Youth and Families (OYF), Office of Housing Policy and Community Development (OCD), Tanya Bryant of ReNEW Schools, Alex Jarrell of New Schools New Orleans and Thelma French of Total Community Action to launch a $1.5 million down …

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IHCDA Suspends Indiana Emergency Rental Assistance Program Application Process Friday, July 29 – WKVI Information Center

The Indiana Housing and Community Development Authority (IHCDA) is halting acceptance of new applications for Indiana’s Emergency Rental Assistance Program effective Friday, July 29 at 5 p.m. ET. To date, IHCDA has disbursed and committed $365 million to more than 29,000 Hoosier households. Under Treasury guidelines, Emergency Rent …

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Beverly Hills Courier – Climate Action Advisory Committee hosts movie night and discussion — Beverly Hills Courier

City of Beverly Hills | Community News BY Bianca Heyward July 24, 2022 The documentary “Ice on Fire” screened at the Roxbury Park Community Center on July 20 as part of the city’s Climate Action Movie Night. Reading time: 3 minutes On July 20, the Beverly Hills Climate Action and …

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How Guests Can Beat the Heat and Keep Their Cool

Insights > How customers can beat the heat and keep their cool 07/22/2022 The summer heat is in full swing, and most likely, so is your cooling system. Whether you’ve turned down the thermostat or turned up the air conditioner, increasing your energy consumption can lead to an increase in …

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Governor Hochul Announces $3 Million Now Available for Mount Vernon Residents Affected by Water and Sewer Issues

Governor Kathy Hochul today announced the opening of the Mount Vernon Healthy Homes pilot program from the Governor’s Office of Storm Recovery. To launch the $3 million program, which complements New York State’s historic $150 million investment to address longstanding water supply infrastructure and related public health issues in this …

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Nonprofits receive over $69,000 in funding

Eight organizations serving Lincoln and Sagadahoc county residents in need of emergency food assistance and shelter will receive $69,604 in funds from the Federal Emergency Food and Shelter Program (EFSP). The grants are part of the federal EFSP and American Rescue Plan Act funds, which are distributed by local EFSP …

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Baylor’s Education and Research Program Returns to Campus and Mayborn Museum to Help Young Learners Improve Their Math Skills | Media and public relations

Media contact: Kelly Craine, Baylor University Media and Public Relations, 254-297-9065SOE contact: Meg Cullar, Baylor School of Education, 254-710-6435Follow us on twitter: @BaylorUMedia WACO, Texas (July 15, 2022) – After a hiatus in 2020 due to COVID and an integrated 2021 program at a local summer school, Baylor University Mathematics …

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Utility announces new aid package

Ameren Missouri announced on Wednesday that it has added $1 million to its Clean Slate Fund, a program that helps eligible moderate-income customers pay off overdue balances and start fresh. Ameren recently announced an even lower payment threshold for Clean Slate to better support customers. Customers are now required to …

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Finger Lakes Catholic Charities honors six individuals for their community work

Catholic Charities of the Finger Lakes honored six individuals on June 21 at its annual Sharing the Light Award event. The winners are (left to right) Helen Delaney, Andrew Tyman, Ellen Wayne, Katharine Waye, Elizabeth Kenney Henderson and Joseph Mull Sr. (Photo courtesy of Rhonda Zettlemoyer) The six recipients of …

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State solicits public input on wide range of climate-focused energy policies

Attendees at the Vermont Climate Council’s public engagement event at Elmore State Park last year discuss the current and future impacts of climate change that affect them every day. Photo by Emma Cotton/VTDigger State Civil Service officials want to know: How do Vermonters think the state’s electric sector should meet …

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Watauga Community Foundation Grants

Written by Bill Fisher New Posted: July 08, 2022 The Watauga County Community Foundation awarded $7,000 in local scholarships from its Community Grant Fund and $18,500 from the Armfield and Rachel Rivers Coffey Memorial Fund. Recipients of this round of grants include Blowing Rock Art and History Museum for the …

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Literacy project sets up small free libraries in northern St. Louis

Change and Action for Racial Equity and Association of Community Organizations of St. Louis are working to promote literacy in North St. Louis by installing tiny libraries north of Delmar Boulevard. The project is part of the national literacy organization’s Read in Color initiative Small free libraries, which encourages people …

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Biden remains silent on rise in police suicides as advocates call for more action, less anti-cop rhetoric

Suicide has quietly become an epidemic within the National Police, ranking as the number one cause of officer death this year. And frustrated police advocates and mental health experts warn that President Biden has not only ignored the burgeoning crisis, but has also exacerbated it with anti-police rhetoric. Once a …

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Factory site development gets green light, council to vote on project this summer

The disputed development of the Snoqualmie Mill site can now go to City Council for final approval, after a hearing examiner ruled in favor of the developers and the city, delaying an administrative challenge against the project. In her 79-page decision released June 28, hearing examiner Sharon Rice upheld the …

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More bike racks coming to Kenai and Soldotna

A group of local bike advocates are placing a second batch of aluminum bike racks around town. The racks will be in addition to the 20 the group has already placed in Kenai and Soldotna at Kenai River Brewing, Soldotna Public Library and Soldotna Professional Pharmacy, to name a few, …

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Long-Distance Pollutants Found in Bering Sea Animals Hunted by Indigenous Peoples

A bowhead whale and her calf are seen swimming in open water that leads into the Arctic Ocean in this undated photo. A new study appears to be the first to document the presence of PFAS compounds, known as “eternal chemicals,” in the body tissues of bowhead whales. (Photo courtesy …

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Genesee Orleans Ministry of Concern

Press release: The Western New York COVID-19 Community Response Fund coordinated by the Community Foundation for Greater Buffalo, the Health Foundation for Western & Central New York, the John R. Oishei Foundation and United Way of Buffalo & Erie County announced that it has granted 4.5 million to 74 organizations …

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KY Board of Post-Secondary Education Approves Tuition, University Programs and Trust Fund Guidelines

The Council on Post-Secondary Education gave final approval to the campus proposals for tuition and compulsory fees at its meeting last week. Overall, the change in resident undergraduate tuition rates averages 1.5% system-wide, the third-lowest increase in recent history. All proposals submitted were within the tuition fee caps set by …

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Biz Roundup: Duke Energy programs offer relief from high cooling costs this summer – Reuters

Duke Energy offers a wide range of programs and plans to help customers reduce their energy consumption and manage their bills. Since mid-2021, the costs of fuels used to generate energy have more than tripled. Duke Energy is not profiting from these cost increases and the company is proactively taking …

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Rice County Seeking Affordable Housing Developer; Smith touts new generic drug regulations; Elliott talks about “Coffee with a Cop”

Rice County is now accepting proposals from developers interested in building up to six four-bedroom homes to be designated as affordable lodging. On Tuesday, the county board of commissioners cleared the use of about an acre and a half just north of the planned public safety center for the project. …

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As Troup County deals with Active Living heat advisory, 4H ensures seniors and children are safe from the heat – Reuters

Troup County along with several other areas of Georgia are currently under a heat advisory this week, with daily temperatures reaching highs in the upper 90s. So many local organizations are taking proactive steps to make sure their summer programs beat the heat. With several summer camps planned in the …

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Texas Health Action appoints new chief medical officer

AUSTIN, TX, June 8, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Texas Health Action (THA), a community-informed nonprofit organization specializing in serving LGBTQIA+ people and people affected by HIV, recently appointed Dr. Sandra Guerra as Chief Medical Officer (CMO). In this role, Guerra is responsible for clinical leadership, quality processes, and medical education efforts …

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Ernor Abbott of Uvalde County Announces the Opening of the Uvalde Together Resilience Center, Resources Available for the Entire Community | Texas Governor’s Office

June 3, 2022 | Austin, TX | Press release Governor Greg Abbott announced today that Uvalde County officials are opening a temporary facility for the new Uvalde Together Resilience Center (UTRC) on Monday, June 6 to begin providing long-term support services to the community. Operated initially by the local district …

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Copper Country Events | News, Sports, Jobs

concert at the church WHAT: Note “Together Again” Concert WHEN: 7 p.m., Thursday, June 9 WHERE: Gloria Dei Lutheran Church, Hancock MORE: The Noteworthy Female Barbers Chorus perform audience favorites from past gigs. Free entry. Voluntary collection will be made for the benefit of UP Honor Flight. COVID …

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Independent Agencies Reconciliation Action Program

AAMI RAP Committee. Independent Media Agencies Australia (IMAA) today announced their first Reconciliation Action Plan (RAP) as part of their mission to educate their over 130 member agencies about Aboriginal peoples and cultures and Torres Strait Islanders. The national non-profit association of the independent media agency industry has received conditional …

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Event Celebrates Milestone in Muskegon Lake Cleanup

When the United States and Canada amended the Great Lakes Water Quality Agreement in 1987, they designated 43 sites as Areas of Concern (AC) for environmental restoration around the Great Lakes region . Fourteen of these sites were in Michigan. The decades that followed saw slow but steady successes. Michigan’s …

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Qually stages a successful writing campaign | Local News

Adams County Commissioner Marty Qually’s name will appear on the November general election ballot as the Democratic candidate for the state’s 91st regional seat after receiving 811 write-in votes in the primary , according to officials. He only needed 300 write-in votes to secure a spot in the fall ballot, …

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Pequea Valley Makes Necessary Fixes to Best Agricultural Education Program in the State | Community News

When: Pequea Valley School Board meeting, May 12. What happened: The board heard a presentation from Department of Agriculture teacher Douglas Masser on how the Pennsylvania Department of Education’s items for remedial action were handled. The Department of Education periodically audits schools to ensure they comply with state regulations. When …

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PRA Group President and CEO Receives Community Builders Award

NORFOLK, Virginia., May 20, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Kevin StevensonChairman and Chief Executive Officer of PRA Group, Inc. (Nasdaq: PRAA), a global leader in the acquisition and recovery of nonperforming loans, has been recognized for its proven track record of exceptional leadership, exemplary service and advocating for positive change at the …

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Balkissa Daouda Diallo, Civic Action Program Fellow and PhD candidate, on balancing community engagement and thesis research

The McCormack Graduate School was founded on the principle that its faculty and students would practice what Ernest L. Boyer called “engaged scholarship,” that is, teaching and research that connects “the rich resources of the university to our most pressing social and civic needs. , and ethical issues. MGS actively …

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Represented RI at Foster Grandparents Luncheon at White House, Regina B. (Avery) Richard Dies

Saturday, May 14, 2022 Quinn Funeral Home View larger + Regina B. (Avery) Richard, resident of Warwick since 1946, died May 12, 2022. She was the beloved wife of the late Edward F. Richard of 62 years and the mother of the late Edward F. Richard Jr. and his mother …

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Five Texas refineries exceeded EPA limit on benzene emissions, report says

Sign up for The Brief, our daily newsletter that keeps readers up to date with the most essential news from Texas. Five Texas refineries exceeded federal pollution limits for the carcinogenic chemical benzene in 2021, according to an Environmental Integrity Project analysis of refinery self-reported data to the Environmental Protection …

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Buffalo Mayor’s Speech for More Police Spending: Faster Shooting Response and Resolution | Local News

A year ago, Buffalo Mayor Byron W. Brown proposed spending less on police. But this year, Brown is proposing to increase funding for the police by more than $5 million. Two years after the call to ‘defund the police’ became a rallying cry at protests across the country during the …

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MVMC focuses on inclusion | News, Sports, Jobs

WARREN – The Mahoning Valley Manufacturers Coalition is set to launch a series of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion (DEI) initiatives for its members and community partners as part of a targeted, multi-pronged approach. “Our goal is to increase the focus on diversity with outreach activities in the community; …

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Scarborough receives grant for climate-ready infrastructure

The City of Scarborough is one of 75 communities to receive a Community Action Grant to fight and adapt to climate change. Last December, the Governor announced the Community Resilience Partnership, “a Governor’s Office of Policy Innovation and Futures program to help Maine communities with local climate action plans become …

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Governor Wolf announces Lewis Lumber will create 100 jobs in Clarion County with first manufacturing operation in Pennsylvania

Harrisburg, Pennsylvania – Governor Tom Wolf today announced that Lewis Lumber and Milling, Inc.a producer of unfinished hardwood wide plank flooring, cabinet moldings and components, opens its first manufacturing plant in Pennsylvania and will create 100 new jobs in Clarion County. “I am very pleased that Lewis Lumber has chosen …

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Rent has risen nearly $300 in a month for some Cincinnatians

Some families have seen their rent go up by more than $300 this month, according to the Cincinnati Community Action Agency. The reaction of some landlords to people struggling to pay has surprised some advocates who see a new trend. “One of the things we’ve seen lately is landlords evicting …

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Community News for the Windham Edition – Hartford Courant

Windham – WILLIMANTIC – Fun Fest at First Congregational Church, 199 Valley St., will take place from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Saturday, May 7. The festival will include a tag sale, plant sale, crafts, bake sale, thrift stores and a bouncy house, weather permitting. Visit www.churchw.org or call …

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Country View Family Farms chooses Pennsylvania for $47.3 million expansion that will create 51 new jobs in Union County

Governor Tom Wolf today announced that Country View Family Farms, LLC has chosen Pennsylvania for its $47.3 million+ feed mill expansion project that will create at least 51 new jobs well paid in Union County. “Pennsylvania successfully competed against other states for this expansion – a project that will have …

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New Mexico’s First Risograph Studio Is Entirely Community-Driven

ALBUQUERQUE – With New Mexico’s rich history of printmaking, as well as an enduring culture of screen printing and design through the Chicanx social activism movements, it’s surprising there has never been a of publicly available risograph in the state, so far. Risolana is a community risography studio located in …

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JVS adds new staff | News, Sports, Jobs

BLOOMINGDALE — Two new positions are being filled at the Jefferson County Joint Vocational School in an effort to prepare students for the world of work. The JVS School Board met Tuesday and approved Carina Aulicino and Anthony Materna to serve as the Workforce Development Coordinator and Instructor …

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Hutchinson will refuse additional federal rent assistance for Arkansans

Arkansas is one of two states that will deny federal funding available for the second phase of pandemic emergency rental assistance, with Governor Asa Hutchinson saying the economic climate is robust enough that it is no longer necessary. Hutchinson said on Friday he was sending a letter to U.S. Treasury …

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Council Approves Community Development Manager Hiring Schedule – Brainerd Dispatch

BRAINERD – The town of Brainerd hopes to have a new director of community development in place by August 1. Following the resignation of David Chanski, whose last day with the city is Friday, April 22, city council and staff members began discussing the process of hiring a replacement. Council …

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Nearly $115,000 in federal funding awarded locally | News, Sports, Jobs

ELKINS — More than $114,909 in federal funding to local organizations was announced Monday by Tygart Valley United Way. The announcement listed $87,531 in ARPA-R funding and $27,378 in Phase 39 Emergency Food and Shelter Program funding to a total of 16 nonprofits in the Tygart Valley area. …

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NIU today | NIU Center for Governmental Studies better able to preserve and share knowledge, thanks to Huskie Commons

A logistical problem for the Center for Government Studies (CGS) at NIU has turned into a valuable partnership with university libraries that will preserve CGS materials and make them more easily accessible to readers around the world. NIU Libraries’ Huskie Commons—a digital repository for collecting, preserving, and providing access to …

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How to Help and Get Help in Kings County | Makenzie Rankin | Lifestyles

Nanette Villarreal, who is celebrating eighteen years with Kings United Way, and I recently chatted about the organization and what it does for our community. First known as Hanford Aid Society and then King’s Aid Society, Kings United Way has been an integral part of our community since 1966. Offices …

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Santa Barbara County Housing Trust Fund Promoting Local Homeownership | Good for Santa Barbara

Posted on April 9, 2022 | 10:11 a.m. First-time home buyers Alec Missel and Stacey Walker in their new home, purchased with the help of a down payment loan from the Santa Barbara County Housing Trust Fund. (Santa Barbara County Housing Trust Fund) Finding affordable housing is a recurring problem …

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UC helps Ukrainians, low-income homeowners and the hearing/sighted

Arlington Community FCU Arlington Community Federal Credit Union staff present a $10,000 grant to representatives of the local nonprofit Rebuilding Together-Arlington, Fairfax, Falls Church (AFF), which serves low-income homeowners. The grant was part of a nationwide award program from CUSO PSCU payments to be given to a local $412 million …

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Housing and homelessness strategic actions 2021-2022 of the city council

Housing and homelessness strategic actions 2021-2022 of the city council Spokane City Council President Breean Beggs, 509.625.6255 Wednesday April 6, 2022 at 3:40 p.m. In June 2021, City Council passed a resolution recognizing that the city needed to create a comprehensive strategy to address housing and homelessness in Spokane and …

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U. Greek Life ‘builds that trust’ with campus community after sexual assaults

Two months after the University of Utah temporarily suspended all fraternity and sorority activities following reports of sexual assaults, Greek life leaders have implemented a training and education program “robust”. (Don Grayston, Deseret News) Estimated reading time: 3-4 minutes SALT LAKE CITY — Two months after the University of Utah …

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Governor Newsom announces $136.6 million in rewards for 10 new Homekey projects

Once completed, projects approved to provide 488 units for people exiting homelessness California Blueprint offers an additional $2 billion, for a total of $14 billion for homelessness, which will create 55,000 new housing and treatment windows in the coming years SACRAMENTO – Governor Gavin Newsom today announced $136.6 million in …

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City Matters: crossing the color barrier with BIPOC | The city matters

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Food banks expect need for food aid to rise as gas prices soar | Local News

With the price of gasoline and other everyday items rising, some food banks in the area have already seen an increase in requests for help, while others are bracing for the inevitable. Corner Cupboard executive director Candice Tustin Webster didn’t see a jump in numbers, but she’s anticipating it. “It’s …

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Santa Barbara County homeless population increased 3.4% since 2020 survey | Local News

The homeless population in Santa Barbara County has grown 3.4% since 2020, with increases seen in Santa Maria, Lompoc and unincorporated areas by volunteers who conducted the spot count of homeless people. -shelter on February 23. In the 2020 count, homeless residents numbered 1,897, but that number rose to 1,962 …

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Let’s fly a kite for child abuse awareness on April 2

Spring brings perfect kite-flying weather, and the Kites for Kids festival brings free kites and lots of other fun – aerial and ground-based – to North Liberty as part of Child Abuse Prevention Month. of Children in April, in conjunction with Johnson County Social Services, Community Partnership for Child Protection …

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Woodland City Council updates allocation of U.S. bailout law funds – Daily Democrat

The Woodland City Council received an update on the city’s American Rescue Plan Act spending plan and provided feedback to staff on the city’s proposed ARP funding allocations. The law was signed into law last year in March and included $350 million for state and local governments to respond to …

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Federal government awards $5.2 million for Santa Cruz County homeless projects – Santa Cruz Sentinel

SANTA CRUZ — Homeless services projects in Santa Cruz County have received the largest annual federal grant funding yet, officials say. The winners of the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development’s Continuum of Care competition awards were announced this week, totaling more than $5.2 million. The annual federal award …

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Emergency food, housing programs in Montgomery County to qualify for increased federal aid – The Daily Gazette

MONTGOMERY COUNTY — Federal funding for agencies that provide emergency food and housing assistance will be tripled this year through coronavirus relief assistance. “The more money there is, the more services we can provide,” said Mary Carpenter, executive director of Catholic Charities of Fulton and Montgomery Counties. In addition to …

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Long-term effort to address Lehigh Valley inequality takes shape as major groups step up

Any journey, whether long or short, must begin with a first step. Community Action Lehigh Valley (CALV) and a number of partners are embarking on a journey that will take more than five years, but they still had to start somewhere. Announcing the launch of a new initiative to the …

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Toys For Tots Announces 2021 Campaign Results

Toys for toddlersthe first U.S. Marine Corps Community Action Program, distributed a 22.4 million toysbooks and games nearby 8.8 million children in need in 2021. As the effects of the pandemic continued to create challenges, Toys for Tots provided record support to families and children in times of need. Toys …

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Women’s golf back in action at UNF Collegiate

History links FORT MYERS, Florida. – After a two-week hiatus from competition, the FGCU women’s golf team resumes service on Monday and Tuesday, March 7 and 8 at UNF Collegiate held at the Jacksonville Golf and Country Club (Par 72, 5,926 yards ). The Eagles …

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Willie Vanleer-Bledso Obituary (1929 – 2022) – Madisonville, KY

Willie Mae Bledso was born on May 11, 1929 in Pulaski, Illinois. She was the third of six children born to the late Henry Herbert Wright and the late Lula Bell Roberts-Wright. Willie Mae attended Banaker Elementary School and still remembered the name of his first teacher, Miss Anderson. Willie …

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WA Bill offers subsidy to help some families buy diapers

Dolan’s family is among tens of thousands of people in Washington who participate in TANF, which distributes money that recipients can spend on living expenses, including the cost of clothing, transportation, food and lodging. A family of three with no income can get $654 a month in TANF grants, according …

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“How are you supposed to live? Soaring heating costs are impacting vulnerable communities across the state.

Apodiakos, 55 years old, does not work because he takes care of mother, Rose, full time. Her health complications – diabetes, cholesterol, frequent seizures and painful bedsores, to name a few – make her more susceptible to cold weather. Apodiakos watches his energy bill soar in Newton with fear. “How …

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Cornerstone Advisors Asset Management Awards $21,000 to Three Local Nonprofits | The Valley Register

BETHLEHEM, Pa.—Feb. 25 2022— Cornerstone Advisors Asset Management, LLC, one of the nation’s largest independent financial advisory firms specializing in the management of institutional assets, qualified and unqualified pension plans, private wealth and philanthropic services, announced its inaugural Cornerstone Cares program by awarding $21,000 to local organizations in the Lehigh …

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‘Incredibly generous’ community helps victims of 26-unit apartment fire on February 10 | News

More than $12,000 has been donated to the White County 100 Families Alliance to help victims of the fire after midnight Feb. 10 that destroyed all 26 park apartments, according to community coordinator Dana Baker. Baker said the 25 families who lived in the apartments at 1706 E. Moore Ave. …

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CodeCrew Recipient of Nike’s Black Community Engagement Fellowship

MEMPHIS, Tenn. (WMC) – Nike is donating a total of $7.75 million to national and local organizations through the company’s Black Community Engagement grant. This is an initiative to support organizations that educate and empower Black communities. One such organization receiving part of the grant is CodeCrew. “We are honored …

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Belvedere residents develop an action plan to promote healthy aging

Diana Bradley (left) and Nancy Kemnitzer, seen here recently at Bradley’s home, are two members of a Belvedere committee that recently unveiled a five-year community action plan to help Belvedere meet the needs of its seniors and to align itself with its official ‘senior-friendly’ designation from AARP. (Photo by Elliot …

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Amazon: from poachers to volunteers saving freshwater turtles

Chelonians, like turtles and “tracajás”, are victims of poaching and exploitation that endanger the survival of the species and degrade the environment. The “Pé-de-Pincha” project promoted by the Federal University of Amazonas in collaboration with the Brazilian Institute of the Environment, seeks to raise awareness among the “ribeirinhos”, the inhabitants …

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Retired NBA All-Star Charles Oakley will set it all up for the

LOS ANGELES, Feb. 13 10, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Former NBA All-Star Charles Oakley’s “Oak Out Hunger” community project kicks off today in Los Angeles with the goal of providing food and education to underprivileged communities and raise awareness of the need for socially responsible sports betting. A coalition of …

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