Community Action Program

Frigid cold snap last winter explains why Mainers electricity bills will be so high next year

[ad_1] A cold snap that froze much of North America in February is partly to blame for the surge in natural gas prices that are pushing up the cost of electricity for Mainers next year. The Maine Public Utilities Commission announced this week that most residential customers of the state’s …

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Supplies For Life receives $ 2,000 grant

[ad_1] JOHNSON CITY (WBNG) – Supplies For Life is this week’s recipient of a $ 2,000 grant from Upstate Shredding to Southern Tier Tuesdays. Supplies For Life is a non-profit organization dedicated to providing food, supplies and education to others with substance use disorders. Supplies For Life creator Jen Cutting …

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Grant offers employment, vocational training | Local

[ad_1] The Northwest Wisconsin Workforce Investment Board received a $ 2.2 million Worker Advancement Initiative grant from the Wisconsin Department of Workforce Development. The Worker Advancement Initiative will serve people whose previous jobs did not return after the pandemic, as well as those who were not attached or had not …

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Frontline Communities on Climate Action Step One is Stop the Harm / Public Information Service

[ad_1] SEATTLE, Washington – Communities facing the impacts of climate change in Washington State are closely monitoring legislation in Washington, DC. People on the front lines of climate change are largely made up of communities of color, low-income communities and indigenous peoples. Deric Gruen, co-executive director of Front and Centered, …

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CGTN: Global Action Initiative 2021

[ad_1] (“Global Action Initiative 2021 – Project Earth” broadcast from November 2 to 6) BEIJING, November 8, 2021 / PRNewswire / – China Media Group’s week-long event “Global Action Initiative 2021 – Project Earth” highlighted the seriousness of the climate crisis, heard from world leaders, scientists, young activists, and explored …

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Alliance for Osteoarthritis Action Raises Center for Disease Control and Prevention Evidence-Based Interventions (AAEBI) Recognized by Centers for Disease Control and Prevention from 7 to 18 |

[ad_1] CHAPEL HILL, North Carolina, October 29, 2021 / PRNewswire / – The Osteoarthritis Action Alliance (OAAA) recently evaluated numerous evidence-based (medically proven) interventions to identify those that met the criteria established to be known as “appropriate evidence-based interventions.” for arthritis ”(AAEBI). Programs who meet these criteria must demonstrate that …

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Non-profit association in residence: take the opportunity to network with these 5 non-profit associations next week | Announce

[ad_1] Network with a different nonprofit every day during the week of October 25-29 Huskers and RSO can connect with nonprofits each day Oct. 25-29 from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. in the Nebraska Union. Students can learn about industries, internships, and volunteer opportunities in nonprofit organizations. Here are the …

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Vans Checkerboard Day brings people together to rebuild and revitalize local communities through creativity

[ad_1] “Research shows that art and creative expression is proven to not only benefit the academic, physical and mental well-being of an individual, but uplift and enhance entire communities, especially when shared. in public spaces “, explains Doug Palladini, President of the global brand Vans. “Many of our local community …

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Two ACAP staff receive restorative practice certification

[ad_1] PRESQUE ISLE – The Aroostook County Action Program is proud to recognize two of its staff members for their continued professional development. Program supervisor Randall Reischer and community educator Brandi Perry recently received certifications from the International Institute for Restorative Practices. ISLAND ALMOST – The Aroostook County Action Program …

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DCNR to Offer Free Virtual Workshops for Community Conservation Grants Program

[ad_1] Harrisburg, Pennsylvania – Department of Conservation and Natural Resources (DCNR) Secretary Cindy Adams Dunn in November announced free grant workshops for those looking to fund recreation and conservation projects. “I hope potential applicants take advantage of these free opportunities to learn more about the DCNR grant process,” said Dunn. …

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Letter to the Editor | Young Pennsylvanians should be empowered to work in agriculture | Letters to the Editor | Reviews | Daily college student

[ad_1] This letter was written by Jillian Ranko, a second year agricultural and extension student. She is a past president of the Pennsylvania 4-H State Council and a current member of the American Conservation Coalition. In 2018, nearly 30% of the global workforce worked in agriculture, making it the largest …

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Found Village Founder Katie Nzekwu of Fort Thomas Receives Highest Community Service Award in the Country

[ad_1] By Peggy Kreimer HodgsonRotary Club of Cincinnati Katie Nzekwu from Fort. Thomas received the country’s highest community service award – the Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis Prize for outstanding public service to benefit local communities – as part of the Jefferson Awards program, known as the Nobel Prize for Community Service …

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Community Memories – Sep 25, 2021 | Community

[ad_1] CAPCA LiHEAP program closure notice The Community Action Program for Central Arkansas will close the LiHEAP Regular Summer, Crisis and Extended Winter Assistance Programs effective Thursday. For more information in White County, contact Ashlee Dobbs, Community Services Coordinator, at (501) 279-2015 or visit 1132 Benton St. in Searcy. Road …

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Janet J. Long, 88, from Watertown

[ad_1] Janet J. Long, 88, of Watertown, died Thursday, September 16, 2021 at Samaritan Keep Home, where she had resided for several years.(Source: Funeral home) WATERTOWN, New York (WWNY) – Janet J. Long, 88, of Watertown, died Thursday, September 16, 2021 at Samaritan Keep Home, where she had resided for …

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River Forest adds solar option for residents

[ad_1] Environmentally conscious River Forest residents will soon have another green energy option following action taken by village council on September 13. Directors voted 4-0 to support a recommendation from the Sustainability Commission to approve a resolution approving the Community Solar Clearinghouse Solution (CS2) residential solar program. Trustees Lisa Gillis …

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Sewer improvements | Public notice

[ad_1] ADVERTISING AND INVITATION OF BIDS Sealed bids in duplicate will be received by the City of Danbury, Brazoria County, Texas for the supply of all plant, labor, material and equipment, and for the ‘execution of all works required for the construction of: HARVEY ROUND PROGRAM 1 FUNDING FOR THE …

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Who are the recipients of the UBCM Community Excellence Awards?

[ad_1] Programs recognized as an example for other communities. The Union of British Columbia Municipalities Community Excellence Awards, presented on September 14, recognized eight municipalities for excellence in governance, service delivery, asset management and sustainability. The awards, launched in 2004, aim to showcase outstanding initiatives and share them with other …

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The quiet little secret of suburban poverty

[ad_1] The suburban region projects an image of success and wealth in gleaming office buildings, bustling malls, and manicured housing estates. But below the surface are the poor who are struggling to make ends meet. Some are seen at intersections asking for help; most are largely invisible. Poverty is the …

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Kentucky Leadership Announces Class of 2021 BRIGHT Kentucky | New

[ad_1] Kentucky Leadership has announced the members of the BRIGHT Kentucky Class of 2021. BRIGHT Kentucky, which started in 2019, engages bright and entrepreneurial minds from various professional sectors to provide ethical and non-partisan leadership training, expanded networks and mentors designed specifically for residents of the Regional Commission’s 54 counties …

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Platteville Council Candidates Highlight Need to Improve Diversity in Governance and Community Engagement | News from the three states

[ad_1] PLATTEVILLE, Wisconsin – Four candidates seeking a seat on the Platteville Common Council answered questions from sitting members on Tuesday, arguing for their appointment. The elected post has been vacant since May when Robin Cline announced his resignation, citing health and family responsibilities as factors. The term expires in …

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