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The New Ulm Journal
Foster parents follow family tradition to serve needs of othersby giving parents and children time away from each other when it is needed most
Foster parents follow family tradition to serve needs of others
The New Ulm Journal / Posted 19 days ago
by giving parents and children time away from each other when it is needed most. Brown County Family Service Director Tom Henderson said foster parents are a "win-win" when you can find them. "It takes special people in the right life... Read more
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Altoona Mirror
Joan Marilyn (Jewell) SargentSargent. Joan's extended family includes Tom Hesley, Christine and Richard Gond
Joan Marilyn (Jewell) Sargent
Altoona Mirror / Posted 19 days ago
Sargent. Joan's extended family includes Tom Hesley, Christine and Richard Gonder, Diane and Roger Lannen, Mary Ann and Tom Henderson and Joanne and Kenny Campbell, in addition to many great-nieces and great-nephews. Joan graduated from Altoona... Read more
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Crain's Detroit Business
Longtime Dearborn tech business gets ahead by staying current Photo by Tom Henderson KLA Laboratories Inc. President and CEO Matt O'Bryan h
Longtime Dearborn tech business gets ahead by staying current
Crain's Detroit Business / Posted 20 days ago
Photo by Tom Henderson KLA Laboratories Inc. President and CEO Matt O'Bryan has been rewarded for being aggressive with the company during tough economic times. KLA through the years The... Read more
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The New Ulm Journal
Childcare grant match approvedBrown County Family Services Director Tom Henderson said representatives of sev
Childcare grant match approved
The New Ulm Journal / Posted 23 days ago
Brown County Family Services Director Tom Henderson said representatives of several Brown County organizations met to discuss the lack of childcare availability. After two meetings, one with a state consulting organization, the group decided to apply... Read more
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The New Ulm Journal
CADA to open downtown officedemand for supervised visitation has taken staff away from that work too often,
CADA to open downtown office
The New Ulm Journal / Posted 30 days ago
demand for supervised visitation has taken staff away from that work too often, Brown County Family Services Director Tom Henderson said. "It's fortunate that with the change in the Minnesota Child Protection Law and increasing supervised... Read more

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