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Political science professor donates $100,000 for study abroad program

By Cynthia Haro, April 26, 2022 Renford Reese, a professor in the Department of Political Science, left his mark on the Cal Poly Pomona community by donating $100,000 to the university’s study abroad program this semester. After selling a piece of land in Pomona to a non-profit organization, Reese immediately …

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University of Phoenix hosts over 1,400 attendees from 22 countries at its inaugural Inclusive Leadership Summit and Career Fair

PHOENIX–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Phoenix University welcomed 1,415 attendees from 22 countries to its first annual Inclusive Leadership Summit and Career Fair, held April 12-15. The free, virtual event focused on developing skills as an inclusive leader and provides networking and employment opportunities, with the job fair featuring 35 employers. Titled “Creating the …

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Binance.US abandons the Blockchain Association

Binance.US announced on Wednesday that it is leaving the Blockchain Association and setting up its own government affairs team in Washington. The departure of the US branch of the world’s largest crypto exchange appears to be a blow to the industry’s leading lobbying organization. “We believe it’s time we had …

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New Milford Boy Scout builds ‘blessing boxes’ to help those with food insecurity in the community

NEW MILFORD – Since the start of the pandemic, 17-year-old Boy Scout Alex Rigdon and his family have volunteered at Camilla’s Cupboard – a local food pantry, on several occasions. For Alex’s Project Eagle, he will now help those who are hungry in another way: he is creating four community …

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Salvation Army calls on CIO partners to find Chief Information Officer

April 15, 2022 – Qualified IT managers are among the hardest to find. CIO Partners was recently selected by the US Eastern Territory Salvation Army to lead the organization’s search for a new Chief Information Officer (CIO), located in West Nyack, NY. The CIO is responsible for defining and implementing …

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Maryland Proton Treatment Center Named Center of Excellence in Proton Therapy

BALTIMORE, April 13, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Today, Maryland Proton Treatment Center (MPTC), a state-of-the-art radiation oncology center based in Baltimore, Marylandannounced that it is now designated a Center of Excellence in Proton Therapy. Center of Excellence Designation “This designation is based on qualifications that make MPTC an exceptional place and …

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Somerville police staffing study sparks controversy over speed of reform

Local activists and some elected officials criticized a recent study by Somerville Police Department personnel. the Town of Somerville announced on 8 March what it is Department of Racial and Social Justice hired a consulting firm to conduct a study on Somerville Police Department Staffing Proceduressparking frustration with the speed …

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Afghan refugees fled the Taliban to build a new life in Greenwich had to leave behind: ‘I had to escape’

GREENWICH — Fearing torture and death at the hands of the Taliban, two Afghan men had to make a heartbreaking plea: to leave the country, even if it meant leaving their wives and children behind. The chaos and tragedy of the fall of the Afghan government last summer, when the …

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Statement by civil society organizations on opening roads to Taiz and activating mechanisms for the success of the truce in Yemen [EN/AR] – Yemen

We, the civil society organizations signed below, welcome the truce agreement announced, under the auspices of the United Nations, between the parties to the conflict in Yemen. We commend the Special Envoy of the Secretary-General for Yemen, Mr. Hans Grundberg, for taking practical steps to open roads in Taiz and …

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Services for seniors provided by non-profit organizations Unity Campaign | Journal-news

MARTINSBURG – Helping older people is a primary goal of many organizations, whether it’s their only goal or just part of their overall goal. Many non-profit organizations provide assistance to seniors in one way or another. Panhandle Home Health, Inc. (PHHI), for example, is a nonprofit home care agency that …

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Books about LGBTQ and black people were among the most contested books in 2021

As efforts to ban books in schools intensified across the United States last year, the ALA Office for Intellectual Freedom has been tracking targeted books in libraries, schools and universities. On Monday, the ALA released its list of the most contested titles. The majority of the books were called inappropriate …

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NOTICE: Suquamish Tribe Opposes Congressional Recognition of Duwamish Tribal Organization

by the Suquamish Tribal Council Citizens of the Suquamish Tribe, located across Puget Sound from Seattle, have always fished, hunted, and lived in the central Salish Sea, including the lands that make up the city of Seattle today. More than half of our tribe is made up of Duwamish. Many …

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How a MATC program helps students graduate

For many Milwaukee Area Technical College students, the difference between staying enrolled and dropping out can be as simple as losing your job, an unexpected medical bill, or needing a new fuel pump for your car. This is where the Local 212/MATC Believe in Students FAST Fund steps. Organized in …

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Laura Rummel wins special runoff for Frisco City Council’s 5 spot

Laura Rummel won Saturday’s special election runoff for the Frisco City Council Square 5 seat, beating fellow candidate Tracie Reveal Shipman. The newly elected council racked up 2,509 votes, or about 51.3% of the total 4,893 votes. Just under 4% of the city’s registered voters participated in the elections. Rummel …

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NYC executes plan to clean up homeless encampments and place individuals in shelters

By Mark Morales and Emma Tucker, CNN New York City is executing a plan to clean up encampments across the city where homeless people are known to live and connect those people to social services over the next two weeks, according to an official in Mayor Eric Adams’ office. City …

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Local District School President Aims to Help Ukrainian Refugees – Serving the Fullerton Community Since 1922

After successfully enrolling 60 Afghan refugees earlier this year, Acess California and Valentina Purtell, president of North Orange Continuing Education, hope to provide similar support to Ukrainian refugees. NOCE is a community college in the North Orange County Community College District, which is the district of Fullerton College. Purtell, who …

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Congress must pass additional funding to fight COVID-19, CPA says

Congress must pass legislation with additional funds to fight the COVID-19 pandemic, or compromise necessary measures in the public health emergency, according to the American College of Physicians (ACP). College President George M. Abraham, MD, MACP has written to congressional leaders asking for more funding in the COVID Supplementary Appropriations …

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Maryland Senate unanimously passes $58.2 billion budget

The Maryland Senate voted unanimously on Friday to pass the state’s $58.2 billion operational budget. During the voting session, lawmakers on both sides of the aisle commented on the success of the round of budget negotiations. Get the latest information on state-specific policies for the healthcare sector delivered …

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Names in the News: The People Shaping the Future of Lake Region Businesses – American Press

French LNG center director McNeese State University announced that Jason Frencha well-known leader and consultant in the liquid natural gas industry, has been named Executive Director of the McNeese LNG Center of Excellence. French is the director and founder of French Strategic Partners, a government affairs and business consulting firm …

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What’s in it for Hawaiʻi in the $1.5 trillion spending bill passed by US House?

The $1.5 trillion funding bill passed by the U.S. House for fiscal year 2022 includes $6 million for Haleakalā National Park to expand public access to recreational activities and to the Kaupō Gap trail. Courtesy of the National Park Service The United States House of Representatives on Wednesday passed a …

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Existential risk and boards with Celia Huber

March 8, 2022The COVID-19 pandemic has shown many organizations that they are insufficiently prepared for crises that could undermine their existence. McKinsey spoke with Celia Huber, a senior partner who leads the firm’s North American Board Services practice area, about the role boards can play in ensuring preparedness for such …

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Afghans resettled in US struggle to find affordable housing

IRVINE, Calif. — After fleeing her home in now Taliban-controlled Afghanistan, Mozhgan Entazari did everything she could to find a new one for her family in the sunny, palm-lined communities of Southern California. The 34-year-old mother of two browsed options on Zillow with her husband, while the family lived in …

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Second Harvest encourages people to show their support | Social services

The Second Harvest Food Bank encourages people to get involved in the organization and to volunteer as staff prepare for major food drives in the months ahead. Second Harvest volunteer coordinator Andrew Foster explained that only a handful of people work full-time at Second Harvest, so they rely heavily on …

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The Salvation Army of Hamilton reminds community members to reach out | Local News

The Salvation Army reports that the community of Hamilton has been hit hard with many residents facing food insecurity issues and a lack of affordable housing, but reminds the community that it is available to provide assistance. aid. “Thankfully The Salvation Army is here to support families in need through …

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The Outer Banks Voice – Ruthie Charlton is Helpline Volunteer of the Month for February 2022

Ruthie Charlton is Helpline Volunteer of the Month By Story submitted on February 28, 2022 Long-time crisis line volunteer Ruthie Charlton with her best friend Opi. Bronwyn Thornton, Executive Director of the Outer Banks Hotline, her Board of Directors, managers and staff would like to acknowledge the dedication and hard …

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Weekly meals and community care at the Skate Park continue

Every Thursday afternoon, Corvallis residents John and Trish Borowski arrive at the Eric Scott McKinley Skate Park to set up a grill and tables filled with clothing, backpacks, canned and canned food, laundry products, hygiene products and other items. With the help of their friends and other community members, the …

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NYC tries to stop homeless people sheltering in subways

In the first morning rush hour since Mayor Eric Adams announced a sweeping plan on Friday to eliminate homeless sheltering in New York City’s subways, the public transit system was a little different. Judith Williams, who has lived in and around the Tube for years, said she has noticed fewer …

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Timothy Myers new CEO of Baptist Senior Family

As a teenager, Timothy Myers worked at a local nursing home, cleaning out grease pits and helping out in the dining room. Talking to the locals, many of whom were born in the 1800s, he was fascinated by their stories. He wanted to know more and liked to help them. …

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Cayce police and state agents at odds over nursing home security

Twilite (sic) mansion in Cayce. Google Maps Conditions at a Cayce adult care facility where a man died Feb. 18 are disputed by police and state oversight agencies. Statements from the state Department of Human Services and the Department of Health and Environmental Control strongly imply that the Cayce Police …

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To accelerate the growth of palliative care, it’s time to embrace “the social determinants of death”

As America’s hospices treat the dying and compete for referrals, a vast contingent of terminally ill Americans are dying in places they don’t want to be, receiving treatments that won’t save them. Reversing this trend will take more than effective marketing. At some point, as a society, we have to …

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Clubs make a COVID comeback – The Spectator

Clubs and student-run organizations are responsible for much of student and community development at the college. Clubs play an important role in helping people make friends with common interests, discover new hobbies, and diversify their resumes in ways that classes don’t always allow. The COVID-19 pandemic has limited gathering opportunities …

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The Day – When ‘stay-at-home’ orders aren’t safe: Domestic violence soars during the pandemic

Editor’s note: This story is part of a series on domestic violence. Look for our next story on how to help young adults, teens, and tweens learn the warning signs and build healthy relationships next weekend. Over the past two years, we have been bombarded with messages – even orders …

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Promoting COVID-19 Vaccination Uptake Among Migrant Communities on Social Media: Testimonials from Germany (February 2022) – Germany

New study highlights key role of social media in uptake of COVID-19 vaccine for migrants Berlin — Governments could close the COVID-19 vaccination gap by removing language barriers and giving migrants easier access to information, especially via social media, according to a to study published today by the International Organization …

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Destination Tomorrow is now accepting proposals for its $1 million TRANScend Community Impact Fund

NEW YORK, February 9, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Destination Tomorrow’s TRANScend Community Impact Fund, which strives to address the disproportionate impact of HIV on the trans community, is now open to proposals from transgender-led and non-transgender-led grassroots organizations. -gender conformists (TGNC) across the country. In addition to being the only national …

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First search definition for “Long COVID” in

The first research definition of what is meant by post-acute COVID-19, dubbed ‘Long COVID’ in children and young people, has been officially agreed upon, reveals a landmark study accepted for publication in the Archives of childhood illnesses. The definition closely complements that proposed by the World Health Organization (WHO) for …

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Spokane Community Continues to Support Newly Arrived Afghans and Advocates for Dedicated Healing Space

Atia Iqbal, a lawyer in Afghanistan, arrived in Spokane in 2015. Before coming to the United States, her husband taught inmates how to sew at a US military-owned prison at Bagram Base in Afghanistan, she said. At one time, most of those incarcerated were associated with al-Qaeda or the Taliban, …

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JSGS Masters Research Helps Empower Indigenous Pregnant Women – News

“That’s exactly what primary health care was designed to do: to bring the system to the people rather than the people to the system. Valerie McLeod “That’s exactly what primary health care was designed to do: to bring the system to the people rather than the people to the system. …

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Sex trafficking shelter adds reception services in GR

GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. (WOOD) – The first survivor-led program in the state for those who have been sexually exploited or trafficked recently opened another door for those looking to open a new chapter in their lives. “They trust me because I’ve been there, done that,” Leslie King, founder of Sacred …

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Lawyers call for deportation moratorium for Afghan refugees in Baltimore as they wait for documents and benefits – CBS Baltimore

BALTIMORE (WJZ) — Afghan refugees who fled the Taliban are being resettled in Maryland. Many of these families stay in hotels near the Baltimore-Washington International Airport. While waiting for permanent accommodation, some refugees have been living in hotel rooms since October. According to the executive director of the International Rescue …

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AccentCare improves access to care for the underserved

Dallas, Jan. 25, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — AccentCare, a leading provider of home health, hospice and personal care services, has been awarded a District of Columbia (DC) Certificate of Need (CON ) to provide in-home services – hospice palliative care services to residents of the DC metro area intended to …

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With Read to Connect, Thunder taps into the direction of TEEM

By Nick Gallo | Broadcast Reporter and Digital Editor | okcthunder.com The partnership has started with a question. “Is there anything we can do to really impact the criminal justice system in Oklahoma City? Ayana Lawson, Thunder’s vice president of community and lifestyle services, recalled that this issue surfaced within …

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Allegations Raised About the Working Environment at CAPSTJOE | Social services

Multiple allegations of a difficult work environment have been made by former employees and others against Community Action Partnership of Greater St. Joseph and its CEO. CAPSTJOE is a social welfare organization with an annual budget of several million dollars, responsible for helping many people living in poverty. Some of …

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Palo Alto Networks on the State of Cloud Native Security – The New Stack

As software security comes under strain almost every day, it’s more important than ever that we take securing our programs and our clouds more seriously. But before we can do that, we need to know what isn’t safe today. This is where the security company Palo Alto Networks (PANW) arrives …

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Homeless and rehousing centers in Bloomington concerned about rising COVID-19 numbers

Local nonprofits dedicated to helping the homeless community and those in extreme poverty hope to share their resources and willingness to serve the community despite the rise in COVID-19 cases in Bloomington. Beacon Inc. is one such non-profit organization capable of providing housing and other essential services such as meal …

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Program Officer – Central New York Community Foundation

job description TITLE: Program officer REPORTS TO: Vice President, Community Investment STATUS: Regular, Full-time, Exempt JOB DESCRIPTION: Program Officer engages directly with community residents, nonprofit staff members, other funders, and board members to assist in design and implementation strategic initiatives and Community Foundation grantmaking. This position helps advance racial, social, …

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After son’s overdose death, New Milford parents officially form nonprofit to fight drug addiction

NEW MILFORD – A “game changer” is how city resident Tony Morrissey describes the impact his foundation can now have in overcoming substance use disorders and opioid addiction. The Brian Cody’s Brothers & Sisters Foundation, LLC, which was established in 2019 by Tony and his wife Tracey Morrissey after their …

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New Hope Clinic provides health care to the uninsured

WILMINGTON, NC (WECT) – The New Hope Clinic in Brunswick County has served the community for more than 20 years. Their mission: to ensure that all members of their community have access to health care. “Just because you don’t have insurance and you don’t have an income doesn’t mean you …

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Organizations Address Health Equity Issues, To Receive $ 1.2 Million In Grants From Connecticut Health Foundation – Connecticut by the Numbers

[ad_1] Discretionary grants, selected by Foundation President Tiffany Donelson, are awarded to organizations and institutions that meet the foundation’s overall mission or priority areas. CT Health AccessHartford: $ 25,000 – This funding will support the first phase of the establishment of a Broker Academy designed to increase the number of …

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Honoring the Memory of Martin Luther King Jr. | News, Sports, Jobs

[ad_1] FOCUS ON YOUTH – Bobbyjon Bauman, Director of Sycamore Youth Center at 301 N. Fourth St., Steubenville, and MLK Association Representative Cynthia Lytle hold a flyer detailing program details of the Youth Day program and MLK Kids from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Jan. 17 at the center. – …

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Don’t assume your loved ones are okay, say cat breeder / cat grabber’s family | News, Sports, Jobs

[ad_1] News Photo by Julie Riddle David Massey displays paintings recovered from the home of recently deceased sister Candice Massey in which police found dozens of cats. The painting on the right shows a ship used by the Masseys’ father in his Alpena-based marine rescue business. ALPENA – Appearances can …

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Next PR strengthens the credibility and awareness of the Mother Superior, a partner of conscious capitalism

[ad_1] COLORADO SPRINGS, Colorado, January 4, 2022 / PRNewswire / – Next rp, a national public relations firm, highlights the results of its pro bono services for Mother Superior, a corporate foundry with a social vocation. The agency has partnered with Mother Superior because of its mission to provide access …

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Lack of beds and resources hamper efforts to help homeless people in Escondido

[ad_1] Escondido is making progress in its efforts to reduce homelessness, but more resources are needed to have a greater impact on the problem. These were the observations made at a recent Escondido City Council workshop meeting, which focused on the medical services now available to help the homeless and …

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Iconic actress, comedian Betty White Dead at 99 – CBS Los Angeles

[ad_1] LOS ANGELES (CBSLA) – Iconic actress and comedian Betty Blanche passed away on Friday. She was 99 years old. “The Golden Girls” The actress has had the longest career in television history as a woman, having appeared on shows since 1939. READ MORE: ‘The World Looks Different Now’: Ryan …

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CABVI Offers Range of Vision Services Following Final Closure of NNY Agency | Health issues

[ad_1] WATERTOWN – After providing professional services to the area for decades, the Association for the Blind and Partially Sighted of Upstate New York has cracked under years of pressure over being unable to find qualified staff , other obstacles and the COVID-19 pandemic. The Central Association for the Blind …

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A decade of service and growing

[ad_1] Catholic Charities of Central and Northern Missouri marks the end of its 10th anniversary by responding to the Bible’s call to serve those in need. After a decade of service, the charity is not sitting on its laurels. Instead, it continues to expand its programs, serving even more people …

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Pandemic aid keeps the needy afloat

[ad_1] Despite the financial ravages of the pandemic, the number of people in financial difficulty or in poverty has not changed dramatically in the Bay Area, according to a new study. The report – from Tipping Point Community and the Othering & Belonging Institute at the University of California at …

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Reviews | Spielberg’s “West Side Story”

[ad_1] For the publisher: Re “The ‘West Side Story’ Remake We Didn’t Need,” by Yarimar Bonilla (guest essay, Sunday Review, December 19): If Dr. Bonilla had taken the time to see the original film, she would understand the importance of the remake. I saw the original only a month ago. …

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Harrisburg family forced from dilapidated rental plans to buy house with donations: “I’m more than grateful”

[ad_1] Around the same time last week, Ebony Rogers was facing homelessness and had to tell her six children that Christmas had been canceled this year, after Harrisburg Codes officials said her rental home was uninhabitable. Then the Harrisburg community responded by donating more than $ 23,000 into a GoFundMe …

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Responses on shelters are slow in coming | The Riverdale press

[ad_1] By JOSEPH DE LA CRUZ For weeks, neighbors hoped for answers from city officials about the proposed men’s shelter at 6661 Broadway. After deciding not to show up when they were first invited, a contingent of officials from the city’s social services department joined the recent Community Board 8 …

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As Longview Homeless Camp Hits Two-Year Bar, Future Still Unclear | Government and politics

[ad_1] Brennen Kauffman, Katie fairbanks There is a lot of disagreement over the future of Longview’s homeless population, but on one point everyone agrees: Tackling the problem wasn’t supposed to take that long. On December 27, 2019, the city’s homeless residents were transferred to the Alabama Street camp. He was …

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Downtown the only option for the Saskatoon Tribal Council shelter right now: Mark Arcand – Saskatoon

[ad_1] Amid concerns over the central location of a temporary shelter, Tribal Chief Mark Arcand said the Saskatoon Tribal Council (STC) is using the only space available. The facility at 145 1st Avenue North was at least equal to its capacity of 50 people for each of the two nights …

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Homes, Independence for Disabled Bay Area Residents

[ad_1] Ashley Oliver was used to people telling her that she would never be able to take care of herself or live on her own. One recent afternoon, sitting in the lovely one-bedroom apartment where she now lives alone in Redwood City, Oliver, 29, described how nice it feels to …

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VALOR – VA Learning Opportunities Residency | VA Western Colorado Health Care

[ad_1] The VALOR program is designed to attract students who graduate from Bachelor of Nursing programs to work at VA as registered nurses. This program gives exceptional students the opportunity to develop clinical nursing skills at a VA approved healthcare facility. Learning opportunities include didactic or classroom experiences, competency-based clinical …

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NBA Foundation grant helps Harrisburg-based organization create jobs for young people

[ad_1] Youth Advocate Programs (YAP), Inc. said it was one of 38 organizations recently selected to receive grants under the NBA Foundation’s fourth round of funding, totaling $ 11 million, which is the round most awarded grant to date. The grants advance the NBA Foundation’s goal of fostering employment, career …

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State closes Palm Desert assisted living facility, residents move out

[ad_1] From the outside, everything looked ordinary at Legend Gardens, an assisted living facility in Palm Desert, Wednesday afternoon. The sun was shining and bright pink bougainvillea bushes bloomed along one side of the building, but inside there was no one at reception. A resident, using a walker, walked back …

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Spotify removes the work of some comedians from the streaming service

[ad_1] Dine Brands CEO John Peyton said Americans are returning to restaurants, but the labor shortage is “unchanged”. Spotify Technology SA POINT 0.11% cut the work of hundreds of comedians, including John Mulaney, Jim Gaffigan and Kevin Hart, amid a new battle for the payment of royalties. Tiffany Haddish, Mike …

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Community health workers strengthen responses to HIV and COVID-19 – Haiti

[ad_1] In 2001, Micheline Léon felt bad. The then 33-year-old mother of three traveled from her home in the small town of Corporand in central Haiti to a clinic in Cange. There she was diagnosed with HIV and tuberculosis. Fortunately, three years earlier, an organization called Zanmi Lasante, Haitian Creole …

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Alaska News Nightly: Monday, November 29, 2021

[ad_1] Travelers leave the international arrivals area of ​​Dulles International Airport in Dulles, Va., On Monday. The Biden administration is banning travel to non-U.S. Citizens of several African countries over concerns about the omicron variant. (Jim Watson / AFP via Getty Images) Stories are posted on the statewide news page. …

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Biz Roundup: Households can apply for energy aid from Wednesday – Salisbury Post

[ad_1] SALISBURY – Low-income households in Rowan County can apply for help with the cost of heating homes starting Wednesday, December 1. Individuals 60 years of age or older and those receiving disability benefits and services through the NC Division of Seniors and Adult Services may also apply. All other …

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McLean student and group win volunteer awards in Virginia | news / fairfax

[ad_1] [Sun Gazette Newspapers provides content to, but otherwise is unaffiliated with, InsideNoVa or Rappahannock Media LLC.] On November 23, Governor Northam announced the recipients of the 2021 Governor’s Awards for Volunteerism and Community Service, two of which are from McLean. The annual awards program recognizes outstanding contributions from volunteers and …

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Ocean City community serves cuteness and Thanksgiving meals

[ad_1] From left to right, Ocean City High School juniors Alec Wisnefski, Tommy Lex and Aidan Fasy volunteer to help with Thanksgiving dinner deliveries. By MADDY VITALE Each year, a group of Ocean City residents, business owners and city officials come together to provide festive meals for residents of the …

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Quad-Cities prepares to welcome more refugees than ever | Local News

[ad_1] Some cultivated vegetables, herbs and fruits are common in American supermarkets: potatoes, onions, corn, cabbage, eggplant, spinach. Others are less well known. A vegetable is called intoryi, a vegetable the size of a Roma tomato, the consistency of an eggplant and white in color. Another is a leafy green …

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Business people, Sunday, November 21 – Twin cities

[ad_1] FINANCIAL SERVICES Proterra Investment Partners, a Minneapolis-based private equity firm, announced that David Dines will join as a strategic advisor. Dines recently retired as Cargillchief financial officer of. … Securian Financial, St. Paul, announced that they have hired Renee Montz as Senior Vice President, General Counsel and Corporate Secretary. …

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Paris Uniform to Match Salvation Army Donations Up to $ 25,000 | Connect FM | Local news radio

[ad_1] DuBois, PA (November 19, 2021) – The Salvation Army’s DuBois Worship and Service Center is delighted to announce that Paris Uniform Services will match all donations during this year’s Red Kettle campaign up to $ 25,000. Each donation made between November 26 and December 24 will be matched by …

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Designing Better Systems: Dell Med Students Team Up in the Real World …

[ad_1] A designer, a medical student, and a business executive all walk into a room. Their objective? Use a person-centered design – combined with their own unique skills – to solve critical health issues locally and nationally. This interdisciplinary mix represents the diverse cohort of Master of Arts in Health-Focused …

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YouthWell’s Success Creates New Collaborative Opportunities in Mental Health | Good for Santa Barbara

[ad_1] [Noozhawk’s note: Third in a series sponsored by the Hutton Parker Foundation. Click here for the first article, and click here for the second.] Youth Good has come a long way since launching the nonprofit in 2016 to raise awareness of the need for mental health resources and services …

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School-aged children affected by poverty create sense of urgency as Salvation Army launches 131st annual Christmas kettle campaign

[ad_1] The Salvation Army’s largest public fundraiser of the year supports 2.1 million vulnerable people in 400 communities across Canada. TORONTO, November 12, 2021 / CNW / – The continuing pressures of the pandemic and the impact of inflation are having a significant effect on the lives of Canadian families …

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