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Crosscut
60 reasons to be optimistic about the Northwest's futureis why we in turn hand the job of selecting the honorees over to a council of c
60 reasons to be optimistic about the Northwest's future
Crosscut / Posted yesterday
is why we in turn hand the job of selecting the honorees over to a council of civic, business, and cultural leaders in our community. Last night as that council convened, they were searching for individuals who innovate despite criticism, show... Read more
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The Maui News
Local Briefslifetime follow-up support, free of charge. Since its inception in 2000, Assis
Local Briefs
The Maui News / Posted yesterday
lifetime follow-up support, free of charge. Since its inception in 2000, Assistance Dogs of Hawaii has graduated over 65 service dogs with people in need around the state and touches the lives of thousands of Hawaii residents each year through... Read more
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The Sudbury Star
Sault to pursue gaming industryof the $16 billion Canadian industry in Sault Ste. Marie. The city already has
Sault to pursue gaming industry
The Sudbury Star / Posted yesterday
of the $16 billion Canadian industry in Sault Ste. Marie. The city already has an advantage because it has a number of community experts and businesses in the lottery and gaming industry and more than 850 employees working in the industry,... Read more
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The Arizona Republic
Voting restrictions create obstacles for Native AmericansSAN JUAN COUNTY, Utah — Terry Whitehat remembers gathering at the community hal
Voting restrictions create obstacles for Native Americans
The Arizona Republic / Posted yesterday
SAN JUAN COUNTY, Utah — Terry Whitehat remembers gathering at the community hall in Navajo Mountain each election day, where Navajo Nation members in this remote Utah community would cast their ballots. The tribal members would catch up with friends... Read more
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Freeman journal
Master gardener course to begina master gardener volunteer," said Susan DeBlieck, program assistant in the Mas
Master gardener course to begin
Freeman journal / Posted 2 days ago
a master gardener volunteer," said Susan DeBlieck, program assistant in the Master Gardener program with ISU Extension and Outreach. "The training course includes lectures on gardening subjects, from growing vegetables and fruits to designing... Read more
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The Topeka Capital-Journal
Women of Influence to be recognizedor something, or the effect itself.” Six women will be honored Wednesday night
Women of Influence to be recognized
The Topeka Capital-Journal / Posted 2 days ago
or something, or the effect itself.” Six women will be honored Wednesday night for their work and impact in the Topeka community as part of the Third Annual Women of Influence event sponsored by GO Topeka Entrepreneurial & Minority Business... Read more
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ARRL Amateur Radio News
Amateur Radio Helping to Celebrate National Park Service Founders WeekAmateur Radio operators across the US are taking portable communications gear t
Amateur Radio Helping to Celebrate National Park Service Founders Week
ARRL Amateur Radio News / Posted 2 days ago
Amateur Radio operators across the US are taking portable communications gear to more than 80 different National Park Service units during NPS Founders Week, August 22-28. They are participating in ARRL’s National Parks on the Air (NPOTA) event,... Read more
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Orlando Sentinel
Buttons plus penguins equals record-setting charity donation from Florida theater studentsthe past academic year, local theater students donated $75,000 to Broadway Care
Buttons plus penguins equals record-setting charity donation from Florida theater students
Orlando Sentinel / Posted 2 days ago
the past academic year, local theater students donated $75,000 to Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS — more than any other educational group in the country, according to the New York-based charity. "That blows my mind," said Sandra Rivas-Cole, who... Read more
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The Sault Star
Plan to pursue gaming industry launchedof the $16 billion Canadian industry in Sault Ste. Marie. The city already has
Plan to pursue gaming industry launched
The Sault Star / Posted 2 days ago
of the $16 billion Canadian industry in Sault Ste. Marie. The city already has an advantage because it has a number of community experts and businesses in the lottery and gaming industry and more than 850 employees working in the industry,... Read more
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Style Weekly
The 2016 Richmond Power Listto be powerful in the traditional sense to gain creative power. You do it by i
The 2016 Richmond Power List
Style Weekly / Posted 2 days ago
to be powerful in the traditional sense to gain creative power. You do it by illustrating creative vision, serving the community and sharpening your ability to adapt and thrive. The successful creative people tend to find easier access to power... Read more
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The Chattanoogan
Protecting Our First Amendment Rights Is Topic Of First Amendment Dinner At The Jewish Cultural CenterThe Jewish Federation of Greater Chattanooga invites the Chattanooga community
Protecting Our First Amendment Rights Is Topic Of First Amendment Dinner At The Jewish Cultural Center
The Chattanoogan / Posted 2 days ago
The Jewish Federation of Greater Chattanooga invites the Chattanooga community to its ninth annual First Amendment Dinner on Thursday, Sept. 8 at 6 p.m. at the Jewish Cultural Center, 5461 North Terrace Road. "This event educates us about our First... Read more
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Business Wire
Sprint and Charlotte Mecklenburg Library Launch Program to Help Provide Internet Access to Students at Homehome. The Library will lend students without broadband access at home the devic
Sprint and Charlotte Mecklenburg Library Launch Program to Help Provide Internet Access to Students at Home
Business Wire / Posted 3 days ago
home. The Library will lend students without broadband access at home the devices for up to 30 days. The value of Sprint’s service for the pilot project is estimated at $288,000 for the 2016-2017 school year. For more information about how the... Read more
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The Youngstown Vindicator
Hundreds participate in 4th Wellness Walk events at Covelli“Healthy Men Make Healthy Families,” was aimed at improving health and wellness
Hundreds participate in 4th Wellness Walk events at Covelli
The Youngstown Vindicator / Posted 5 days ago
“Healthy Men Make Healthy Families,” was aimed at improving health and wellness, especially in urban communities, via educational offerings to empower men and their families, organizers said. Before gathering for the walk and run, which took... Read more
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The Fort Dodge Messenger
Iowa Master Gardener registration opena master gardener volunteer," said Susan DeBlieck, program assistant in the Mas
Iowa Master Gardener registration open
The Fort Dodge Messenger / Posted 5 days ago
a master gardener volunteer," said Susan DeBlieck, program assistant in the Master Gardener program with ISU Extension and Outreach. "The training course includes lectures on gardening subjects, from growing vegetables and fruits to designing... Read more
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Chattanooga Times Free Press
Business Digest: Baxter to head Dominion LivingBaxter to head Dominion Living As construction progresses on Hixson's newest f
Business Digest: Baxter to head Dominion Living
Chattanooga Times Free Press / Posted 5 days ago
Baxter to head Dominion Living As construction progresses on Hixson's newest faith-based assisted living and memory care community, Dominion Senior Living has appointed Chattanooga native Beth Baxter as executive director. Baxter will lead the... Read more
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The Florida Times-Union
Bolduc, Dern, Hershey, Tison, Toscano and Turner bios and questionnaires.Duval County School Board, District 7 I am a retired Navy Chief Hospital Corps
Bolduc, Dern, Hershey, Tison, Toscano and Turner bios and questionnaires.
The Florida Times-Union / Posted 6 days ago
Duval County School Board, District 7 I am a retired Navy Chief Hospital Corpsman with 20 years of honorable service to this great nation. I have three children that attended public schools in Mandarin. This is my third time running for school... Read more
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The Mercury News
Oakland's Pet Food Express employees, owners walk the walk for your dog, catthe family, with sales in food, toys and other accoutrements for Fluffy and Fid
Oakland's Pet Food Express employees, owners walk the walk for your dog, cat
The Mercury News / Posted 7 days ago
the family, with sales in food, toys and other accoutrements for Fluffy and Fido going through the roof. But good customer service and the educational nature of the company are qualities that founder and CEO Michael Levy -- an animal lover who had... Read more
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Broomfield Enterprise
Community Calendar Aug. 18 - Aug. 20welcome. See our website for more information: rootsweb.ancestry.com/~cobgs/ At
Community Calendar Aug. 18 - Aug. 20
Broomfield Enterprise / Posted 8 days ago
welcome. See our website for more information: rootsweb.ancestry.com/~cobgs/ At Mamie Doud Eisenhower Public Library, 3 Community Park Road. Free. Mandatory Broomfield Days Information Briefing This meeting is for all booth holders and it is... Read more
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The Atlantic
When a Police Department Knows It's Failingchief asked the Department of Justice for technical assistance,” said Ronald Da
When a Police Department Knows It's Failing
The Atlantic / Posted 9 days ago
chief asked the Department of Justice for technical assistance,” said Ronald Davis, the director of the DOJ’s office of community-oriented policing services. “They [said] there were community concerns about the police department, and they wanted... Read more
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Baltimore Orioles
Barcs pet calendar sale, autograph signing highlight Orioles homestandfor $15 at Oriole Park, the Orioles Team Store in the York Galleria in York, Pa
Barcs pet calendar sale, autograph signing highlight Orioles homestand
Baltimore Orioles / Posted 10 days ago
for $15 at Oriole Park, the Orioles Team Store in the York Galleria in York, Pa., and at orioles.com/petcalendar. BIRDLAND COMMUNITY HEROES PROGRAM This season, the Orioles launched the Birdland Community Heroes Program to recognize community... Read more
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Daytona Beach News-Journal
List of 154 Area Service Groups for Monday, Aug. 15, 2016Each Monday The Daytona Beach News-Journal publishes a featured list. This week
List of 154 Area Service Groups for Monday, Aug. 15, 2016
Daytona Beach News-Journal / Posted 11 days ago
Each Monday The Daytona Beach News-Journal publishes a featured list. This weeks list is 154 service groups in Volusia and Flagler counties. 1. AARP Chapter 1057 Ormond-by-the-Sea: relittleb@gmail.com. Also, the AARP 55 Alive Mature Driving,... Read more
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Tri-County Citizen
September 13, 2009evening, Sept. 14, at Baker College, Bristol Road at Fenton Road, in Flint. The
September 13, 2009
Tri-County Citizen / Posted 12 days ago
evening, Sept. 14, at Baker College, Bristol Road at Fenton Road, in Flint. The speaker for the evening will be Greg Mroz, service engineer for General Motors Service Parts Operations. The program topic will be “Father and Son Racing”. Social hour... Read more
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WLKY Louisville
Race in Louisville: In-depth examination of race relationsMAKE MISTAKES AND INNOCENT AND SOMETIMES UNARMED PEOPLE ARE NOT JUST INJURED BU
Race in Louisville: In-depth examination of race relations
WLKY Louisville / Posted 12 days ago
MAKE MISTAKES AND INNOCENT AND SOMETIMES UNARMED PEOPLE ARE NOT JUST INJURED BUT KILLED. NOW, THEY ARE LASHING OUT FROM THE COMMUNITY BUT ALSO LASHING OUT FROM LAW ENFORCEMENT WHICH IS THE AGENT OF THE STATE, PRIGHT. THEY CARRY A RESPONSE K WHEN... Read more
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The Chattanoogan
Creative Discovery Museum’s Annual Fundraiser Goes Next Level With 2-Day AmuseUm Eventplay. "Whether a first-time visitor or long-time member, each gift will help s
Creative Discovery Museum’s Annual Fundraiser Goes Next Level With 2-Day AmuseUm Event
The Chattanoogan / Posted 14 days ago
play. "Whether a first-time visitor or long-time member, each gift will help support the Museum’s outstanding exhibits, educational and outreach programs which are enjoyed by more than 250,000 children and their caregivers every year," officials... Read more
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Belleville Intelligencer
VIQ: Quinte SailAbility breaking down barrierscame to our office to interview for a volunteer/placement position in the sprin
VIQ: Quinte SailAbility breaking down barriers
Belleville Intelligencer / Posted 15 days ago
came to our office to interview for a volunteer/placement position in the spring of 2015 through Loyalist College Social Service Worker Program. Sandy jumped in with both feet working on our bylaws and policy and procedures, she continues to... Read more
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The Youngstown Vindicator
Corner House Christian Church plans Back-to-School Carnivalbehind the light-hearted activity planned from 3 to 6 p.m. Sunday on church gro
Corner House Christian Church plans Back-to-School Carnival
The Youngstown Vindicator / Posted 16 days ago
behind the light-hearted activity planned from 3 to 6 p.m. Sunday on church grounds, 6954 Chestnut Ridge Road. “It’s an outreach to the community and a way to introduce our church. It is our biggest outreach,” said Pastor David T. Coxson. “We... Read more
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Style Weekly
Behind the Scenes at VCU's $41.2 Million Institute For Contemporary ArtMonroe Park campus. The building becomes a metaphor on issues that are importan
Behind the Scenes at VCU's $41.2 Million Institute For Contemporary Art
Style Weekly / Posted 16 days ago
Monroe Park campus. The building becomes a metaphor on issues that are important to the university. It’ll be a nexus for community engagement and conversations.” This foreshadows how the institute will interact with the city, says curator Lauren... Read more
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Business Wire
American Water Announces 2016 Environmental Grant Award RecipientsAmerican Water is issuing two grants totaling $10,000 to the following organiza
American Water Announces 2016 Environmental Grant Award Recipients
Business Wire / Posted 16 days ago
American Water is issuing two grants totaling $10,000 to the following organizations: Located in its Monterey service area, the non-profit Carmel River Watershed Conservancy was awarded $6,500 to fund its Watershed Docent Training... Read more
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The Youngstown Vindicator
Judge seeks to demystify grand jury processoversaw the grand jury during the first four months of 2015. She said some of
Judge seeks to demystify grand jury process
The Youngstown Vindicator / Posted 18 days ago
oversaw the grand jury during the first four months of 2015. She said some of the changes she plans to make consist of “educational and outreach” efforts, which an Ohio Supreme Court task force said help to increase public confidence in the... Read more
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The Youngstown Vindicator
Three Ursuline Sisters celebrating golden jubileesas an educator at several elementary schools in the Diocese of Youngstown. Sis
Three Ursuline Sisters celebrating golden jubilees
The Youngstown Vindicator / Posted 19 days ago
as an educator at several elementary schools in the Diocese of Youngstown. Sister Mary Alyce is active in the greater community, serving on the boards of directors at Park Vista of Youngstown and St. Joseph the Provider School in Youngstown.... Read more
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TribLIVE
Officials praise Penn Hills YMCA’s community roleOfficials praise Penn Hills YMCA's community role | TribLIVE Officials praise
Officials praise Penn Hills YMCA’s community role
TribLIVE / Posted 20 days ago
Officials praise Penn Hills YMCA's community role | TribLIVE Officials praise Penn Hills YMCA's community role Public officials from Allegheny County stopped by the Penn Hills YMCA on Friday to catch a glimpse of the nonprofit's programming and how... Read more
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Smyrna Clayton Sun Times
The Democratic Primary Candidatesare your plans for moving those issues forward? What makes you uniquely qualif
The Democratic Primary Candidates
Smyrna Clayton Sun Times / Posted 20 days ago
are your plans for moving those issues forward? What makes you uniquely qualified for the political office you seek? What community groups are you involved with and in what capacity? U.S. Congress Sean Barney Michael C. Miller Sr. n/a Lisa... Read more
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Dover Post
The Democratic Primary Candidatesare your plans for moving those issues forward? What makes you uniquely qualif
The Democratic Primary Candidates
Dover Post / Posted 20 days ago
are your plans for moving those issues forward? What makes you uniquely qualified for the political office you seek? What community groups are you involved with and in what capacity? U.S. Congress Sean Barney Michael C. Miller Sr. n/a Lisa... Read more
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The Sacramento Bee
Los Rios community colleges face enrollment slide as economy improvesThe improved economy is taking a toll on the Los Rios Community College Distric
Los Rios community colleges face enrollment slide as economy improves
The Sacramento Bee / Posted 21 days ago
The improved economy is taking a toll on the Los Rios Community College District. As more college-age adults have found jobs, enrollment has been flat or down for three straight years and shows no sign of changing course. Los Rios Chancellor Brian... Read more
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Orlando Sentinel
Osceola County Tax Collector - Bruce Vickersofficials to effectively communicate to better serve our constituents. Cooperat
Osceola County Tax Collector - Bruce Vickers
Orlando Sentinel / Posted 21 days ago
officials to effectively communicate to better serve our constituents. Cooperation between offices providing related services results in our citizen's needs being met. My years working for elected officials have given me practical experience... Read more
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The Davison Index
Back to School Blast set for Aug. 9 | August 4, 2016Students return to class earlier due to extended year DAVISON — It’s a little
Back to School Blast set for Aug. 9 | August 4, 2016
The Davison Index / Posted 22 days ago
Students return to class earlier due to extended year DAVISON — It’s a little earlier this year as Davison Community Schools moves to a Balanced Calendar but the 11th Back to School Blast will kick off the school year once again with an evening of... Read more
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Jacksonville Daily Record
Rethreaded throwing a party for its fifth birthdayNonprofit news: Wednesday, August 3, 10:27 AM EDT The community is invited t
Rethreaded throwing a party for its fifth birthday
Jacksonville Daily Record / Posted 22 days ago
Nonprofit news: Wednesday, August 3, 10:27 AM EDT The community is invited to celebrate helping the organization assist former victims of the sex trade for the past five years. The event includes... Read more
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The Hendersonville Times-News
Season's wine program honoredwinners is available in print in Wine Spectator's August issue and online resta
Season's wine program honored
The Hendersonville Times-News / Posted 22 days ago
winners is available in print in Wine Spectator's August issue and online restaurants.winespectator.com. Meal will benefit community center A farm to table meal will be held from 5-7 p.m. Saturday at the Crab Creek Community Center, located at 53... Read more
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The Fairmont Sentinel
Group has provided $1.23Msaid Faribault County has received $1.23 million in grants and loans since the
Group has provided $1.23M
The Fairmont Sentinel / Posted 23 days ago
said Faribault County has received $1.23 million in grants and loans since the initiation of the foundation. Of those community investments, $884,488 was distributed through 16 loans, while $341,742 was given out in 69 grants. In other... Read more
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Variety
Corporate Citizenship Programs Seize the Chance to Give Backto show the world the potential I have to be successful.” * Since 2001, 700,00
Corporate Citizenship Programs Seize the Chance to Give Back
Variety / Posted 23 days ago
to show the world the potential I have to be successful.” * Since 2001, 700,000-plus Comcast NBCUniversal employees and community partners have volunteered more than 4 million service hours. * Served 4,100 local Boys & Girls Clubs across... Read more
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Palatka Daily News
Democratic candidates for Putnam County Tax CollectorJustice and Forensic Science and Minor in Business Administration Current occu
Democratic candidates for Putnam County Tax Collector
Palatka Daily News / Posted 24 days ago
Justice and Forensic Science and Minor in Business Administration Current occupation: Putnam County Schools (Kelly Services) Previous employment: Putnam County Schools (Para-Professional {Teacher’s Aide} Substitute Teacher, Reading Coach);... Read more
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Peoria Journal Star
Local government agencies use social media for community engagement— the total number of times a piece of content is displayed online — and each o
Local government agencies use social media for community engagement
Peoria Journal Star / Posted 24 days ago
— the total number of times a piece of content is displayed online — and each one often becomes a catalyst for community-wide discussion. "It’s become one of the biggest assets we have," Eeten said. Every felony arrest made by Pekin... Read more
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Peoria Journal Star
Government agencies use social media for community engagement— the total number of times a piece of content is displayed online — and each o
Government agencies use social media for community engagement
Peoria Journal Star / Posted 24 days ago
— the total number of times a piece of content is displayed online — and each one often becomes a catalyst for community-wide discussion. "It’s become one of the biggest assets we have," Eeten said. Every felony arrest made by Pekin... Read more
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The Daily Voice - Fairfield
Fairfield Chamber Celebrates Kleban Properties, Norma Pfriem Breast Centerof the Year award. "Both the Kleban Properties LLC and Norma Pfriem Breast Cen
Fairfield Chamber Celebrates Kleban Properties, Norma Pfriem Breast Center
The Daily Voice - Fairfield / Posted 24 days ago
of the Year award. "Both the Kleban Properties LLC and Norma Pfriem Breast Center have immensely contributed to the community in a variety of different ways, providing education, help and support where they can … and as such, we wanted to... Read more
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Peoria Journal Star
Local government agencies turn to social media for community engagement, education— the total number of times a piece of content is displayed online — and each o
Local government agencies turn to social media for community engagement, education
Peoria Journal Star / Posted 25 days ago
— the total number of times a piece of content is displayed online — and each one often becomes a catalyst for community-wide discussion. "It’s become one of the biggest assets we have," Eeten said. Every felony arrest made by Pekin... Read more
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Daily Record
MPAC Wins historic national theater awardis an honor to be recognized by a distinguished group of peers who work to make
MPAC Wins historic national theater award
Daily Record / Posted 27 days ago
is an honor to be recognized by a distinguished group of peers who work to make historic theaters vital economic engines, community gathering places, and arts and educational centers in the towns we serve," Larena said. The conference is the... Read more
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Providence Business News
Salve Regina CHP program awarded federal grant to support historic battlefieldRegina University’s Cultural and Historic Preservation program has been awarded
Salve Regina CHP program awarded federal grant to support historic battlefield
Providence Business News / Posted 27 days ago
Regina University’s Cultural and Historic Preservation program has been awarded a $39,000 grant from the National Park Service recently to conduct a site documentation project on a historic battlefield in South Carolina. Administered by the... Read more
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The Register NorthJersey.com
Non-profit news: Week of July 25, 2016Ensemble to help rebuild its fire damaged church. Flat Rock Brook Nature Assoc
Non-profit news: Week of July 25, 2016
The Register NorthJersey.com / Posted a month ago
Ensemble to help rebuild its fire damaged church. Flat Rock Brook Nature Association received a $4,000 grant from the Community Chest of Englewood, Tenafly, and Englewood Cliffs to help fund the association’s on-site educational programs and... Read more
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The Topeka Capital-Journal
Fair crowns county King and Queenand Amanda Miller, of Wakarusa, won their titles upholding the 4-H pledge devot
Fair crowns county King and Queen
The Topeka Capital-Journal / Posted 1 months ago
and Amanda Miller, of Wakarusa, won their titles upholding the 4-H pledge devoting their heads, hearts, health and hands to service and the betterment of others. Though each has been involved in the 4-H Club for years, the next year will be their... Read more
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The Times Leader
LAURA KYLEsmile. She grew up in Triadelphia, W.Va. She did all the things wives and moth
LAURA KYLE
The Times Leader / Posted 1 months ago
smile. She grew up in Triadelphia, W.Va. She did all the things wives and mothers do and then some. She was very active in community service, serving as President of the Ohio County Extension Homemakers Club, VP of the Community Education Outreach... Read more
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