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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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Back to Back Meetings Calling for an End to Community Violence in South Pittsburgh – WPXI

PITTSBURGH — The first was Monday at Brookline, the second Tuesday at Mt. Oliver, with each seeking a solution to the violence. Tuesday’s meeting hosted by the South Pittsburgh Coalition for Peace tapped into some potential solutions, including community responsibility, common sense gun laws and tackling drug addiction on our …

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‘Pause for Prayer’ event allows State College community to reflect on MLK’s assassination 54 years later | State College News

On Monday night, the MLK Plaza Committee hosted a “Pause for Prayer: Honoring the Life and Legacy of MLK” gathering for Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. at Downtown State College on the occasion of the 54th birthday of his death in 1968. The rally lasted from 6:05 p.m. to 6:35 …

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Stanford Community to Honor Sexual Assault Awareness Month

Stanford’s Sexual Harassment/Assault Response and Education (SHARE) team will honor Sexual Assault Awareness Month (SAAM) through a myriad of educational events and activities throughout the month of April. The SHARE: Education team hopes to use the SAAM as an opportunity to raise awareness about sexual violence at the University and …

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Women of Oakland Co. Celebrated for Leadership and Community Involvement – The Oakland Press

At their last regular meeting in March, Oakland County Commissioners paused to recognize notable women from across the county. Although this is part of a Women’s History Month, these women are making a difference every day. Commissioner Angela Perry, D-Pontiac, invited her fellow commissioners to nominate a star in their …

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The Muslim Community of Bakersfield explains what Ramadan is

BAKERSFIELD, Calif. (KERO) — Saturday marks the start of Ramadan, which is a holy month for Muslims around the world. 23ABC’s Mythili Gubbi spoke with local Islamic leaders here in Bakersfield who say this month is about reflection and resetting for the rest of the year and they hope to …

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Community calls for ceasefire at vigil for Ukraine | News

As the bells of Asbury United Methodist Church rang at 11 a.m. on a freezing and windy Saturday morning, community members gathered at the LOVEworks letters behind Harrisonburg City Hall. Their message? Paz, shalom, pace, frieden, salaam… Peace for Ukraine, as a sign said. Some of the pickers gathered to …

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St. Norbert Community Band = vibrancy and vigor

FROM FATHER, Wis. (WFRV) – Ukraine was in attendance Monday night for an in-person and online concert by the St. Norbert Community Band: + A dove of peace and the Ukrainian flag on the printed cover of the program. + The first work of the evening, the national anthem of …

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Russian invasion of Ukraine hits close to home for Mesa community – The Mesa Press

*SUPPORT LINKS AVAILABLE AT THE BOTTOM OF THE PAGE Russia’s invasion of Ukraine has affected many members of the San Diego Mesa College community. On the morning of February 24, Andy Larkin, a student at Mesa College, woke up to the sound of explosions in his hometown of kyiv. These …

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Murder of 35-year-old woman: Ebonyi community joins police in exposing killers

The National Drug Enforcement Agency (NDLEA) said two drug traffickers excreted a total of 165 cocaine wrappers after their arrest at Nnamdi Azikiwe International Airport (NAIA) in Abuja.The Director, Media and Advocacy, NDLEA, Mr. Femi Babafemi, said so in a statement yesterday in Abuja.Babafemi, who named the suspects Elvis Iro, …

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The Jewish community is one with Ukraine in its fight for freedom

Recently, the holiday of Purim has been celebrated by Jews around the world. The origin of Purim, from the Book of Esther in our Hebrew Bible, is a special Jewish story celebrating victory over the evil plot to exterminate the Jewish people during the time of the Persian Empire. Although …

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Russia must be excluded from the G20 and ostracized by the international community

THE overrated and inept Russian war machine is in disarray. The last thing NATO, and President Biden in particular, should do now is make a concession to Putin. 2 Russia can’t be rehabilitated as long as Putin and his evil lackeys stay 2 Now that the Russian war machine is …

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Michael A. Burnell, 61, of Marlborough

Marlborough – Michael A. Burnell, 61, of Marlborough died on Saturday March 19, 2022 surrounded by his family after a heroic battle with cancer. He was the husband of the late Lisa M. (Adams) Burnell, who died in 2007. He leaves behind his sons, Michael J. Burnell and his wife …

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Community Voices: A Democratic World | Voice of the community

The definition of insanity that makes sense to me is when you repeat the same thing and expect a different result. (Albert Einstein) History records many failures in attempts to make a country and its citizens clones of ourselves. This bankrupt policy that I call the “snake solution” suggests that …

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Community calendar | Local News | heraldpalladium.com

Current events Through March 26: Artists of Tomorrow exhibit on display, South Haven Center for the Arts, 600 Phoenix St., South Haven. The exhibition features works by elementary school students from elementary schools in the South Haven, Bangor and Covert area. March 21 – South Haven Kiwanis Club meeting: noon, …

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New UTSA Chief of Police to Focus on Partnerships and Community | UTSA today | UTSA

As Chief of Police, Schoenborn will focus on expanding community and university police partnerships through a wide range of programs and outreach initiatives focused on improving accountability, accessibility and visibility on campus. “My goal is to introduce exciting new strategies that promote safety and a sense of belonging on campus,” …

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36 children have a role in ‘Jungle Book’ | Community

Public performances of Disney’s “The Jungle Book KIDS” will be held at Clark Wood Elementary School Auditorium at 110 Addison Hill Road in Elkland at 7 p.m. this Friday and Saturday, March 18 and 19. Entry to the gate is chargeable. you can. The show’s beloved characters are played by …

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Jacksonville community to hold ‘Prayer and Peace’ vigil for Ukraine

JACKSONVILLE, Florida. – Members of the Jacksonville community gather Monday to hold a “Prayer and Peace” vigil. The vigil “to condemn Russia’s brutal aggression and to support our Ukrainian neighbors” will be held at 6:30 p.m. at Henry J. Klutho Park. Reverend Anatoly Kadaev, pastor of the First Ukrainian Russian …

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Enugu community praises Ugwuanyi for peace and development initiatives – The Sun Nigeria

the Residents of Nenwe in Aninri Local Government Area of ​​Enugu State yesterday passed a vote of confidence in Governor Ifeanyi Ugwuanyi for his uncommon leadership style, his development strides in the State, its peaceful disposition, its security interventions, its political empowerments and its educational institutions in the community. as …

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The family of a man found dead in a well demands justice from the community

BAKERSFIELD, Calif. (KGET) – Community members have raised nearly $10,000 to cover funeral expenses for the man whose body was found Monday 200 feet from the town’s water well. Law enforcement is still trying to figure out how the body of 26-year-old Jerome Crystian fell into a water pipe just …

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Everyone stops. Stopped. | Community

Note from Nancy: This column is adapted from the one I wrote in 2017, which was adapted from the one I wrote in 2008. I think it needs to be repeated in 2022. Dear everyone, Stopped. Breathe. To move back. Relax. Stop killing other people with your guns and your …

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President Herzog and First Lady Meet with Turkish Jewish Community in Istanbul | The Jewish Press – JewishPress.com | Jewish Press News Bureau | 7 Adar II 5782 – March 10, 2022

Photo credit: Haim Zach (GPO) President Isaac Herzog and First Lady Michal Herzog visited the Neve Shalom Synagogue in Istanbul on March 10, 2022. President Isaac Herzog and First Lady Michal Herzog visited the Neve Shalom Synagogue in Istanbul this morning and met with representatives of the Turkish Jewish community. …

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Triangle community holds vigil to advocate for peace in Ukraine

Nearly 80-year-old Vicki Ryder stood on the sidewalk of Peace and Justice Square on Franklin Street on Sunday, waving a sign calling for peace in Ukraine. Dozens of other people carrying signs surrounded her in the square. Ryder, whose grandparents are Ukrainians, said she has seen war and Ukraine’s participation …

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Emirates News Agency – UAE women supporting country’s development as a global community: Afra Al Hameli

ABU DHABI, 8th March, 2022 (WAM) — Afra Al Hameli, Deputy Director of Strategic Communications Department at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation (MoFAIC), has said that since the founding of the nation 50 years ago, the United Arab Emirates has championed gender parity in all efforts to …

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Angelina Jolie helps refugees in Yemen | Community

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How the Catholic Church can better serve the black community this Lent

Protesters gather next to the Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial for the August 28, 2020 “Get Your Knee Off Our Necks” march on Washington 2020 in support of racial justice. (CNS/Reuters/Erin Scott) Three years ago, I converted to Catholicism during the Easter Vigil. I attended Mass for the first time …

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Ukraine crisis hits Wayne State community: Where you can donate medical supplies and more – School of Medicine News

Members of the Wayne State University School of Medicine community who wish to support Ukrainian citizens by donating medical supplies can do so through the Ukrainian American Michigan Crisis Response Committeean informal association of organizations and individuals formed in response to the escalating crisis inflicted by the Russian invasion of …

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Lincoln Community Garden is accepting new gardeners for the 2022 season | News

LINCOLN — With temperatures in the 20s, it’s hard to imagine spring is just around the corner, but Lincoln Community Garden is gearing up for another season. There are a handful of spots open in the garden as this growing season approaches, thanks to a series of recent changes. Some …

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Residents of Fairview Park can have their voices heard by city officials at Community Open House: A Place in the Sun

FAIRVIEW PARK – Fairview Park Mayor Patrick Cooney said residents are invited to attend the first community open house scheduled for March 30. There will be two sessions: 1-2:30 p.m. and 6-7:30 p.m. at the Fairview Park Senior Center, 20769 Lorain Road, Fairview Park, behind City Hall. Members of the …

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SYRIA. The use of chemical weapons ‘withers’ the conscience of the international community |

“Any use of chemical weapons is unacceptable and the lack of accountability for past use of such weapons remains a blight on the conscience of the international community,” said High Representative Izumi Nakamitsu. Updates from the OPCW She updated the Ambassadors on the activities of the Office for Disarmament Affairs …

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How has Trayvon Martin’s death affected police-community relations in Sanford? – Central Florida News – Social Justice

Georgetown, like Goldsboro, is a historically black neighborhood in Sanford. In the 10 years since Trayvon Martin’s death, the police department has worked to improve police-community relations. Photo: Allegra Montesano, WMFE News SANFORD — A decade ago, the Sanford Police Department drew protests from members of the city’s black communities …

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FoodCorps members plant seeds for community health in Van Buren

Tiffany Knight may be a first-time gardener, but the seeds she plants in Van Buren will be harvested for generations to come. Knight is a member of the FoodCorps service at James Tate Elementary and Oliver Springs Elementary, alongside Rebecca Christie, who serves at King Elementary and Central Elementary in …

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Modesto community worries about Ukrainian sister city

MODESTO, Calif. (KTXL) — City leaders in Modesto have said they are concerned for their sister city in Ukraine as the country’s conflict with Russia continues to escalate. “It’s about exchanging cultures and understanding each other,” said Modesto Sister Cities International President Catherine Girard. Separated by more than 10,000 kilometers, …

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Annapolis leaders seek community help after shooting paralyzed 15-year-old boy – CBS Baltimore

ANNAPOLIS, Md. (WJZ) — A day after a shooting in Annapolis injured three children, including a 15-year-old boy who was paralyzed, city officials and church leaders called on the public Tuesday to share what they know. It was the first of three shootings reported in the city in 24 hours, …

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Ridley-area Catholic churches announce Lenten round – Delco Times

RIDLEY TOWNSHIP – Catholic churches in the Ridley area recently announced the Lenten March series. All are welcome to come to the five churches in and around Ridley Township, bring a friend or two and enjoy the program. The series is called “The Sacraments” and will run for five consecutive …

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Building a community of destiny to face global challenges

BEIJING, Feb. 20 (Xinhua) — A pandemic like COVID-19 could reveal how humanity would respond to a global challenge. Over the past two years, some countries have taken care of themselves at the expense of others, some have thrown mud and shifted blame, and others have engaged in bullying and …

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Live Updates: Latest on the community outbreak of COVID-19, protest in Parliament – Monday 21 February

9:08 – Northern Region Health Coordination Center Operations Manager Matt Hannant told AM on Monday that demand was very high for opening day testing of Aucklanders having access to rapid testing for antigen (RAT). On Sunday, the Department of Health announced that Aucklanders who meet certain requirements will be offered …

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Kwara community calls for a peaceful resolution

Tunde Oyekola, Ilorin Published February 19, 2022 The Ijagbo community of Oyun Local Government Area in Kwara State have urged outside forces who are feasting on the hijab uniform crisis at Ijagbo Baptist High School to allow a peaceful resolution of the issues that have led to the unfortunate crisis. …

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Swords into Plowshares inaugurates a new exhibition curated by Sabra Morman: “Community, Love, and Family” | News

DETROIT, February 18, 2022 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ — Swords into Plowshares Peace Center and Gallery will open a new exhibit of artwork by 10 local artists titled “Community, Love, and Family” on February 11th from 6 p.m.-9 p.m. at their downtown gallery (33 East Adams Avenue). The show, organized by sabra mormanwill …

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Nepalese association celebrates cultural festivals of indigenous community

Chargé d’Affaires at the Embassy of Nepal in Qatar Lakshuman Khanal and others celebrating cultural festivals. Doha: Nepali Non-Resident Association (NRNA) Qatar celebrated national cultural festivals of the indigenous community of Nepal. The Association has organized festivals including Maghe Sankranti (Minam Sar Lhes), Chasok Tangnam, Balihang Tangnam, Tamu Lhosar, Sakela …

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