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PRRD closes Golata Creek Community Hall indefinitely

The Peace River Regional District is closing Golata Creek Community Hall indefinitely, after a recent engineering assessment found the 64-year-old building is structurally unsafe and has reached the end of its life. Key parts identified as structurally unsafe include the roof and foundation, as well as being prohibitively expensive to …

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Baltimore business community seeks solutions to persistent squeegee problem

A young man washes a windshield as motorists wait at a red light on October 23, 2018 in Baltimore. Raclette workers have long been an irritant to downtown business owners, and a deadly showdown last week has only heightened that anxiety. (AP Photo/Patrick Semansky) After a confrontation between young squeegee …

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In the Galilee, a tiny Circassian community perpetuates its heritage

(July 14, 2022 / Israel21c) Hani Madaji says he dreams in Circassian, prays in Arabic, learns in Hebrew and travels in English. As a Circassian, Madaji, 50, is proud of his people. After retiring as an officer in the Israel Defense Forces, he decided to devote himself to teaching Israelis …

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Executive Director Announcement of Exquisite New Upscale Seniors Living Community

Cardinal Ventures, Inc. is building the 153,000 square foot assisted living and memory care community, along with several dozen independent living cottages on Rahling Road in West small rock. Assisted living and memory care suites are designed for comfort and safety, while providing seniors with a joyful experience every day. …

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Dallas struggles to reconcile landlord concerns in short-term rental market

Several hours of discussion held by Dallas City Council members about how to handle short-term rental properties across the city could soon lead to zoning restrictions and a new registration process. Dallas employees from Planning and Code Compliance Services have shared recommendations with the Dallas City Council regarding short-term rental …

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Peace returns to Anambra community after crisis – The Sun Nigeria

Of David Onwuchekwa, Nnewi Peace returned to Ifite-Nteje village in Oyi council of Anambra state after local youths staged a peaceful march from Oyi police station to the village square under the supervision of men of the Nigerian Police led by the Divisional Police Officer in charge of the area. …

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LA Care Community Resource Centers and Blue Shield of California Promise Health Plans Distribute Free Backpacks and School Supplies in July and August | California Blue Shield

LOS ANGELES (July 8, 2022) – LA Care and Blue Shield of California Promise health plans announced today that they will distribute up to 33,000 free backpacks full of school supplies to students in Los Angeles County from kindergarten to college in July and August. This is the third year …

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Cobblestones Made Different: A Cycling Community Comes To Life

You know when you’re on a walk, there’s that moment of perfect fluidity? It’s in an alley in Brunswick that it clicks for me. The bluestone cobbles are wet and jarring, interspersed with deep puddles. You can’t do anything but trust your bike’s course through the middle, hoping you don’t …

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Medical Matters Weekly welcomes Vermont State Parks Chief | Community News

BENNINGTON — Nathan McKeen is Vermont’s state parks superintendent and Medical Matters Weekly’s next guest. Viewers are invited to tune in at noon on Wednesday, July 13 and experience all the wellness and other entertainment opportunities available in the parks system. The show is produced by Southwestern Vermont Health Care …

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EUROPE/RUSSIA – The Catholic community of Moscow: in the face of conflict, pray for peace, hope in God, touch the wounds of the suffering

EUROPE/RUSSIA – The Catholic community of Moscow: in the face of conflict, pray for peace, hope in God, touch the wounds of the suffering Moscow (Agenzia Fid as well as hatred and anger. In this situation of polarization, even co-religionists are sometimes perceived as “enemies”. That is why the zealous …

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Community violence switches: does the concept work?

By Samuel Williams, Jr., Special at AFRO Last week, AFRO introduced the concept of Violence Interrupters in Washington, D.C. Peacekeepers, serving as frontline workers in DC neighborhoods with the highest rates of violence using a public health approach to reduce shootings and homicides. A pilot program launched in 2019 under …

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WATCH: The Cocoa Police Department’s ‘Community Talk’ Features Anita Gibson

Cocoa Police PIO Yvonne Martinez Talks With Anita Gibson About Life After Her Son’s Homicide LOOK: In the first episode of the Cocoa Police Department’s “Community Conversation” series, Public Information Officer Yvonne Martinez speaks with Anita Gibson about life after her son’s homicide, how she moves on, her thoughts on …

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Oyo’s Community Service Punishment Program Is Only Sustainable With Government Funding―Judicial

The Oyo State Judiciary said on Thursday that for the state’s community service punishment scheme to continue, the state government must be responsible for funding it, as the scheme was put in place. place by Oyo State law. Chief Justice of Oyo State, Justice Munta Ladipo Abimbola, represented by Justice …

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Waverlyfest will take over the city for the 4th of July weekend | Community

Sam Crisler, The Waverly News WAVERLY – Tracy Hernandez lived in Lincoln for many years before moving to Waverly five years ago. “And I just fell in love with it,” she said. The Waverly Chamber of Commerce secretary attributes her affinity for the city to its sense of community that …

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Meet Rhys Li: the community-minded entrepreneur changing the face of business consulting

Running a business in 2022 is no small feat. From saturated industries to inflation, supply chain issues, digital advertising boom and everything in between; obstacles and obstacles can be overwhelming and even all-consuming if not approached from the right perspective – and with the right mindset. A community-minded entrepreneur is …

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Community ‘devastated’ as six-year-old boy dies in horrific accident while father remains in hospital

A six-year-old boy died following a horrific car accident last Monday. Ethan McCourt of Toomebridge, Co Antrim has sadly passed away after he and his father were involved in a collision. The young boy and his father, Declan, were taken to hospital, but tragically after five days, Ethan was taken …

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Community Spotlight 2022.06.25 – Giant Bombshell

Welcome to the latest edition of the Giant Bomb Community Spotlight! I, @zombiepie, are once again honored to be your host as we look back on the best creative efforts of the Giant Bomb community! Well, I’m not beating around the bush this week, the overturning of Roe v. Wade …

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Mayor mends ties with community representative after public row

CHERRY HILL — Mayor Susan Shin Angulo says she believes she has made peace with Windsor Mews Rep. Valerie Katz following an angry verbal clash the two had at a city council meeting of May. The May 23 meeting turned combative following a recent animal attack at Windsor Mews. Township …

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Logan community comes together to memorialize victims of helicopter crash

LOGAN, WV (WOWK) — The Logan County community comes together tonight to deal with a tragic helicopter crash that killed six people Wednesday night. According to the Federal Aviation Administration, the Bell UH-1B helicopter, also known as “Huey”, crashed around 5 p.m. Wednesday, June 22 near Route 17 in Logan …

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Ruidoso community remains vigilant under flood watch

LINCOLN COUNTY, NM – Lincoln County is under a flood watch through Wednesday, and that includes the McBride Fire burn scar. Ruidoso teams are trying to help people prepare for possible flooding. They fill and distribute sandbags to everyone who lives near the McBride Fire burn scar, as their properties …

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East African community to meet on Monday to discuss DR Congo conflict

East African community to meet on Monday to discuss DR Congo conflict The meeting comes as the fighting rekindles animosities between Kinshasa and Kigali. The DRC blames neighboring Rwanda for the recent resurgence of M23. The Kenyan President calls for the deployment of a regional EAC force. Leaders of seven …

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Candidates Martwick, Jones, LaPointe, Wallace, Kelly and Rabbitt address the community at June 16 ‘Meet & Greet’ – Nadig Newspapers

by BRIAN NADIG Democratic primary candidates from Illinois House’s 15th and 19th Districts and Illinois’ 10th Senate District discussed their backgrounds, experiences and key issues at a “meet and greet” on June 16 at the Copernicus Center Annex, 5214 W. Lawrence Ave. About 120 people attended the event, which was …

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Two Dubois County Pastors Write Letter Against Community Pride Event

DUBOIS COUNTY, Ind. (WFIE) – The Dubois County Pride Organization is set to host Pride in the Park on June 24, but two local pastors are saying publicly “it’s not something we can be proud of.” Pastor Joe Helt of First Presbyterian Church of Jasper and Pastor Josh Lagrange of …

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No Room: Overwhelmed Animal Shelter | Community

The Athens-Limestone Animal Sanctuary has recently experienced an extreme increase in the number of animals being abandoned or brought into the shelter as strays. As of Tuesday afternoon, June 14, shelter staff have welcomed 226 animals since June 1, including 19 one-person cats. “I think this is the worst we’ve …

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COMMUNITY CALENDAR – Shawnee News-Star

By Elisabeth Slay The Shawnee News-Star eslay@news-star.com SUBWAY Please send calendar items to Elisabeth Slay, eslay@news-star. com and/or newsroom@news-star. com. June 16 The third Thursday poetry reading at the lunchbox will feature Maria Polson Veres, who recently published her fourth book of poetry, The breaking point. church people, her previous …

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Anambra Community Mobilizes to Fight Crime, Says Operation Know Your Tenants | The Guardian Nigeria News

Following a growing wave of crime, the Uke Community of Idemili South Council of Anambra State declared what it called “Operation Know Your Tenants”. The community said the move became necessary since it was discovered that some of the criminal elements in the state are non-indigenous. It should be recalled …

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Peace, the service dog helps the community remember Pulse

ORLANDO, Fla. — As many gather at the Pulse Memorial to remember the 49 lives lost six years ago, a four-legged friend is on hand to lend his support. For Peace the comfort dog and his master Paul Soost, June 12 is not just a day of remembrance, but of …

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Edmonton community leaders react to city’s safety plan – Edmonton

An auto body shop is not a place one would expect to receive flowers, but at Albert’s Autobody in Edmonton’s Chinatown, customers are paying their respects three weeks after Hung Tran’s death. Owner Anthony Hai said his employees described the sensation as a dark cloud hanging over them. “If they …

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Hilton Head tries to do better thanks to its Gullah Geechee community | Hilton head

HILTON HEAD ISLAND — For nearly a century, from 1865 until the early 1950s, nearly everyone on the island was part of the Gullah Geechee community. Descendants of enslaved Africans, the Gullahs of Hilton Head and other coastal areas remained largely isolated for decades. Their language and culture not only …

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Whitneyville Times by Krista Hand | Community

The village has been pretty quiet this week, unless you expect to hear the grass growing. Carmen Toby and Janet Watters spent a few days in Hershey and attended the annual conference of The United Methodist Church. We advance on the facing of the church. A few more days and …

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International community allows junta to arm aid

According to the Progressive Voice campaign group, the international community risks allowing the junta to arm aid by channeling all aid through the junta and ignoring the national unity government and other anti-junta forces, despite the atrocities committed by the junta. The situation on the ground for the people of …

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Community Center News and Notes

Have a chance to win 10 lobsters. Join the great fundraising raffle for the benefit of the community center. Tickets are $10 each or you can buy three for $20. All proceeds will go to the Community Center. If you come from afar and you win, we will send them …

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FAITH Did my life matter? | Community

As we close this series, let us remember the basic principles and purpose of exploring the development of our lives through the lens of theorist Erik Erikson. Keep in mind that, by definition, a theory is a guess about how something works. Erikson’s Theory of Emotional Development is a guess …

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Targeted killings are Pakistan’s ploy to ‘vilify’ majority community in Kashmir: BJP

Added June 4, 2022 Majid Kapra SRINAGAR: The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) on Friday accused Pakistan of killing people from the valley’s minority community for the sole purpose of “defaming” the majority community in India and around the world.Admitting targeted killings of members of minority communities as a major cause …

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South African community holds prayer vigil for 21 lives lost in Uvalde school shooting

SAN ANTONIO – Funeral services for the 21 lives lost in the Uvalde school shooting are underway and grieving families say their last goodbyes to their loved ones. In these dark days, the power of prayer is needed more than ever, according to Pastor Jimmy Robles of Last Chance Ministries. …

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Pierogi Queen closes to League City and more business news

Pierogi Queen closed on May 20. (Jake Magee/Community Impact Newspaper) Here’s a roundup of economic news from League City and Clear Lake. Open Fuji Sushi Asian Cuisine opened its Kemah restaurant in March. Located at 212 FM 518, the sushi restaurant serves teriyaki, tempura, fried rice, sushi rolls and sashimi. …

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Community members and activists reflect and call for justice on Floyd ‘angelversary’

By Cole Miska, Minnesota Spokesperson-Recorder Wednesday, May 25, 2022 marked two years since the murder of George Perry Floyd, Jr. by former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin. The killing, where Chauvin knelt on Floyd’s neck for nearly 10 minutes over an alleged counterfeit $20 bill, was met with global protests …

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Abrahams organizes a collection of baby formula | Herald Community Newspapers

As local families struggle to manage the impacts of a nationwide formula shortage, Nassau County Legislator Kevan M. Abrahams (D-Freeport) has partnered with Baldwin Public Libraries, Hempstead, Freeport, East Meadow, Roosevelt and Uniondale to launch a baby formula drive on Monday, May 23. All donations will be distributed to Long …

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Bob Sinclair’s personal advice to community college graduates

Editor’s note: Bob Sinclair delivered the commencement address at Indian Hills Community College last week in Ottumwa, Iowa. Farm Equipment watched the video and requested a copy of the speech to share with other dealers. You did it! Each of you is a winner. Each of you is a grinder. …

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Tanzania: Mwinyi salutes the contribution of the Goa community to development

ZANZIBAR President Hussein Mwinyi expressed his gratitude to the Goa community of Zanzibar for their contribution to the development of the country, including improving social services. In a meeting held at the State House in Zanzibar on Saturday, Dr Mwinyi informed Goa community leaders led by its chairperson, Amanda Demello, …

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Mental health advocate raising awareness in his community

HARRISBURG, Pa. (WHTM) — A Harrisburg mental health advocate is working to connect people to resources. In honor of May, Mental Health Awareness Month, she hosted an event inviting the community to learn more. Asia Tippitt launched her “Mental Health Matters” organization during the pandemic, seeing the need for easy …

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NCHSAA Honors Nash Central Volleyball for Community Service | high schools

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The Community Peace Market – Buffalo Rising

If there was ever a time for a community peace market, this would be it. As the community tries to recover from the horrific tragedy that has rocked the East Side, dozens of people are coming together in solidarity. These people don’t sit idly by and let a single evil …

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Community leaders gather in San Francisco to demand action after Buffalo shooting – NBC Bay Area

Religious, political and community leaders in San Francisco gathered Monday to demand action following the deadly shooting in Buffalo, New York. “It’s wrong, it’s un-American and it has no right to exist,” said Reverend Amos Brown of San Francisco’s Third Baptist Church, condemning the hate and rallying community leaders from …

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Members of the Rochester community react to the Buffalo shooting

ROCHESTER, NY – After the mass shooting at a Tops supermarket in Buffalo on Saturday, people across the state are rallying to help. One such person is Clay Harris, the founder and president of Uniting and Healing Through Hope of Monroe County. He spent the weekend grilling ribs and chicken …

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Summer Events Heat Up in St. Tammany Parish | St. Tammany Community News

Louisiana talent Greg Barnhill, the Emmy-winning and multiple Grammy-nominated songwriter and musician, recently received the “Native Son” award at St. Tammany’s 15th Annual President’s Arts Award, will be a featured presenter June 2 at an Ozone Music Education Foundation Program presented by Ochsner. This free program from the Ochsner Lifelong …

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Gunfire and machete blows in Ondo community as party supporters clash

There were sounds of gunfire and an uproar in Idanre on Wednesday night as supporters of Ondo State Assembly hopefuls clashed. Ondo State Police told PREMIUM TIMES no lives were lost in the shooting as officers were able to contain the conflict. Witnesses reported that many people were injured in …

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PCRC partners with police to tackle insecurity in Ogun community

Deborah Dan-Awoh Posted May 13, 2022 The Police Community Relations Committee in conjunction with the Ogun State Police Command on Thursday launched security projects to tackle insecurity in the Warewa area of ​​the state. The projects that were launched during the security summit include a police security tower, the PCRC …

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Announcement of the Executive Director and Sales Manager for the luxurious new senior community

Cardinal Ventures, Inc. is building the 86,000 square foot assisted living and memory care community with 97 units, bringing 65 full-time equivalent jobs to the area. The spacious Assisted Living apartments are designed for the ultimate living experience for residents and their guests. Designed to allow residents to live their …

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Community libraries create ‘ripple effect’ in Nagaland | MorungExpress

Children reading at the Enhulumi Community Library News Morung ExpressKigwama | May 8 A sort of ripple effect of community libraries is currently underway in Nagaland. One such example is the Enhulumi Community Library which was launched in February this year on the initiative and in collaboration with the Kigwema …

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The 19th Annual Community Prayer Walk 2022 will be held in Solomon on Saturday, May 7, 2022 – Southern Maryland News Net

The 2022 Community Prayer Walk will begin at 10 a.m. on Saturday, May 7, 2022 at the Solomons Pavilion. Fellowship, praise and worship at the pavilion will be followed by an island walk to pray at designated prayer stops, including at the foot of the Thomas Johnson Bridge. This annual …

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Foundation honors mom while covering the community with care | Local News

Sara Jane Tinstman provided a foundation of love and care for her family. Her husband, five children and 12 grandchildren carry on this legacy by doing the same for the community. Even as she battled progressive supranuclear palsy (PSP), a rare neurodegenerative brain disease, Tinstman thought of her family — …

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Mothers in Charge mobilizes for peace in the community | Local News

Michelle Kerr-Spry joined other local mothers in calling for peace on the streets after losing her son to gun violence in 2005. “Let me paint a picture for you,” she said at a Thursday afternoon rally organized by Mothers in Charge. “Too many mothers can’t even say goodbye to their …

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Stop to smell the roses | Herald Community Newspapers

On April 27, Donna Salerno, 46, a reiki master, mindfulness educator and psychic, visited the Baldwin Public Library with a dozen flowers to teach the Baldwin community about the importance of meditation and healing. relaxation through flower meditation. Teaching a nearly full class, she discussed the importance of healing yourself …

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End of state hospital funding could affect every community in the state – Daily Montanan

Last month, the Center for Health Insurance and Medical help Services shipped a letterr for Montana State Hospital in Heat springs announcing the Termination of their vendor deal due for the failure of the hospital for to meet health and security standards, a fter madr the patients is dead in …

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PVA pledges to stop underdevelopment in Delta community – The Sun Nigeria

Since Paul OsuyiAsaba For To accelerate the development of Ubulu-Unor, an agrarian community in Aniocha South Local Government Area in Delta State, the Progressive Vanguard Association (PVA) was inaugurated. Members of the elite group are drawn from accomplished professionals in various fields who are native to the community. In addition …

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The community comes together for a march for peace during National Youth Violence Prevention Week

A group of around 200 community members, students and elected officials marched down Penn Street in Reading town center on Saturday morning to mark National Youth Violence Prevention Week. Berks for Peace led the march, which started at Reading Area Community College and ended at City Park in front of …

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Community Message: Cinco de Mayo Family Festival Honoring the People of Ukraine

Editor’s note: Community posts is where community announcements and event posts are posted. If you have a community-focused event that you think our readers would be interested in, please submit here. El Conquistador Latino newspaper and UMOS are proud to present the 5th Annual Cinco de Mayo Family Festival. This …

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The Newton community comes together to support Ukraine

The Jewish Community Center of Greater Boston held a benefit concert on April 10 to raise money for those suffering in Ukraine, bringing the community together with music, food and art. The concert, held at Leventhal-Sidman JCC West Lawn (333 Nahanton St.) in Newton. included a variety of vendors with …

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Circle up Indy raises funds for ‘Rising Evolution’ – a $4 million community development program – WISH-TV | Indianapolis News | Indiana Weather forecast

As a native of the Martindale Brightwood area east of Indianapolis, James Wilson, CEO of Circle Up Indy, is a true testament to how one can change one’s life regardless of the past. Rising Evolution: A New Wave Of Community Development is a movement that needs community support in order …

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Central Florida community founded by freed slaves could be permanently paved – WFTV

SUMTER COUNTY, Florida – It feels like nothing 10,000 feet in the air. Even the locals will tell you that. A few gridded streets, fields, churches and scattered chicken coops just down the road from The Villages. You’d be forgiven if you didn’t know he had a name. What Royal …

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Colorado Springs Area Nonprofit Community Events Starting April 24 | Events calendars

April The Country Music Project – Benefiting Lutheran Valley Retreat programs and missions, Sunday at 6 p.m., Boot Barn Hall at Bourbon Brothers, 13071 Bass Pro Drive. Tickets: bootbarnhall.com. art night – Benefiting Taylor Elementary, 4-6 p.m. Tuesday, Taylor Elementary School, 900 E. Buena Ventura St.; 719-328-3500, d11.org/taylor. CPCD View …

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Legal professionals and mentors speak candidly with teens about issues facing the community

ATLANTA, Ga. (CBS46) – Fulton County Juvenile Court held its 15th annual Youth and Law Summit in Southwest Atlanta on Saturday. Over 100 teens participated in the “Straight Talk…No Cap” event. The organizers had real conversations with the participants, who identified the problems they face on a daily basis. They …

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KCK calls on Baghdad to maintain relations with the Yazidi community – ANHA | HAWARNEWS

The Kurdistan Community (KCK) Foreign Relations Committee issued a written statement, on the Turkish occupation attacks and tensions in Şengal, in which it said: “The Iraqi state must rule out violence in the process of dialogue that he will establish with the Yazidi people. You have to take it as …

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Jahangirpuri Muslims denounce Kejriwal’s silence on atrocities against the community and regret voting for the AAP

A Muslim living in Block C of Jahangirpuri – where communal clashes erupted over Hanuman Jayanti and where the demolition campaign was waged – said he and his friends now regret voting for Arvind Kejriwal’s party. AAP MP Ajesh Yadav, who was elected from Jahangirpuri where Hindus and Muslims live …

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Adirondack Community Chorus to perform ‘Requiem for the Living’ | arts and entertainment

BOONVILLE — The Adirondack Community Chorus will perform “Requiem for the Living,” a five-movement work by composer Dan Forrest, at 3 p.m. on Sunday, May 1 at the Presbyterian Church, 121 James St. Choir director Peg Nuspliger chose the piece because, at first, she was intrigued by the unusual title. …

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Naqvi on Jahangirpuri arrests – The New Indian Express

By PTI NEW DELHI: Attacking those who allege biased actions in the violent Jahangirpuri case, Union Minister Mukhtar Abbas Naqvi on Wednesday said action was taken on the basis of ‘crime and conspiracy’ , not “caste and community”. The remarks by the top BJP leader came after All India Majlis-E-Ittehadul …

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A community of shared destiny with a changing world order

The idea of ​​a “community of destiny for humanity” is a concept that answers the questions of the time. It is based on the ancient Chinese civilization and the excellent performance of Chinese diplomacy. It vindicates the sincere hopes and high goals of all nations for peace, prosperity, cooperation and …

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Toxic Positivity Harms the Disability Community

How many times have we read on social media or heard ‘positive thinkers’ say that ‘disability is in the head’, or that there are no obstacles that cannot be turned into opportunities; that anything can be achieved with the right attitude? In the age of influencers and life coaches, positivity …

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hanuman: Hanuman Jayanti: Muslim community pours flower petals on ‘shobha Yatra’ | Indore News

Indore: Hanuman Janmotsav saw a unique celebration of unity in diversity, when a ‘Shobha Yatra’ taken out by Hindu devotees in Mandsaur’s Bhanpura tehsil was greeted with garlands and flowers by Muslims led by committee members from the Anjum Islamia school. People of different religious beliefs hugged and wished each …

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Cape Ann religious news, services | Community

Holy week events Church of the village of Annisquam, 820 Washington St., invites the community to join an Ecumenical Good Friday Prayer Walk for Peace in Ukraine on April 15 at 1 p.m. , at the corner of Hough and Western avenues, and back. The walk will stop along the …

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Saanich Retiree Community Raises Funds for Ukraine – Saanich News

Residents, families and staff of Parkwood Place came together on Tuesday April 12 to raise relief funds for Ukraine, raising nearly $2,000 to donate to the Canadian Red Cross. Resident Gerald Moreau played a major role in the event, sharing his enthusiasm to help and inspiring others in the community …

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GREEN NEWS | Community News

Rich Flegle gave the message “What Lies Ahead” to Green Methodist on April 3. The weekend was again very busy in Green! On Saturday, the ladies of our church welcomed the Easterberg family to the Green Community Christian Center. The reunion was to honor Doug Easterberg who recently passed away. …

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West Mayo community mourns passing of popular figure

Published: Mon 11 Apr 2022, 12:39 PM The death occurred peacefully at his home in the loving care of his family, Martin (better known as Matt) Gill, Kilsallagh, Westport. Predeceased by his parents Sarah and Martin (Murrisk), he is deeply missed by his wife Beatrice (née Kilcoyne), his daughters Maria …

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A look at the first year of Kwiyagat Community Academy – The Journal

A mural painted on the wall of what will soon become the new kindergarten classroom at Kwiyagat Community Academy. Kala Parkinson And a preview of what’s to come for the state’s first Indigenous public charter school Colorado’s first public Native American reservation charter school is in its flagship year, and …

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How a conversion divided — then strengthened — Kenya’s Jewish community

NAIROBI, Kenya (JTA) — In 1990, Florence Wangiju showed up at the door of the Israeli Embassy in Nairobi. With her arms folded across her chest, Wangiju, whose name was Wanjuki, resolutely told the staff that she wanted to go to a synagogue, to see how the Jews worshiped. “She …

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Religion: The Positive Power of Religious Traditions in the Community – Morgan Hill Times

Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., in his teaching on faith, said, “The God we worship is not a weak or incompetent God. He is able to repel gigantic waves of opposition and bring down prodigious mountains of evil. The resounding testimony of [major faith traditions] it is that God is …

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Court Case Conclusions: April 6, 2022 – Mississippi’s Best Community Newspaper

Adams County Court Cases – Final Results Week of March 25 to 31: Lucille Ann Britt charged with possession of crystal meth. Case related to a grand jury. Lucille Ann Britt charged with possession of drug paraphernalia. Case related to a grand jury. Lucille Ann Britt accused of tampering with …

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