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Outreach was essential during the pandemic, allowing libraries to remain connected to patrons and the community despite not being able to offer in-person engagement. As COVID-19 restrictions loosen across the country and facilities reopen to the public, libraries are reevaluating these services and how to continue offering them in the post-pandemic world. In “Jazzy Outreach:
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A major decline in the availability of affordable child-care options in South Dakota has prevented some parents from entering the workforce and created financial and emotional hardships for low-income families and single parents trying to balance work and daycare needs. Thousands of available daycare slots for children in South Dakota were lost during the COVID-19
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The Community Care Facilities for the Elderly Market Intelligence study is a collection of authentic information and in-depth analysis of data, taking into account market trends, growth prospects, emerging sectors, challenges, and drivers that can help investors and parties stakeholders to identify the most beneficial approaches for the contemporary. and the potential market landscape. It
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PSD NEWS RELEASE: HAWAII COMMUNITY CORRECTIONAL CENTER INMATES TRANSFERRED TO THREE OTHER FACILITIES IN EFFORT TO ALLEVIATE OVERCROWDING Posted on Jun 17, 2021 in Latest News, Newsroom HONOLULU – The Department of Public Safety transferred 28 inmates from the Hawaii Community Correctional Center (HCCC) to the Halawa Correctional Facility (HCF) and Women’s Community Correctional Center
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New York State has allocated $547,584 for 96 full-day pre-K slots as a part of the 2021-2022 state budget. According to the district, they are “currently finalizing a Request-For-Proposals that will include models for contracting with outside providers and/or partnerships with community-based organizations.” With this state aid, districts can create their own pre-K programs within
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Burnt Ajeromi station We’re Restrategising, Engaging Public To Forestall Recurrence Of Mass Action, Says Police The #EndSARS protest was not restricted to Lagos State, the nation’s commercial nerve centre, it also broke out in several other parts of the country. While Police formations and equipment were worse hit by the destruction spree occasioned by the
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BLISSFIELD — Blissfield Community Schools plans to make renovations and create new facilities to encourage a safer and more exciting environment. A community forum took place Tuesday night regarding the vision for the facilities. Introduced at the forum were Mike Galovan and Shawn Parshall from TowerPinkster, an architectural engineering firm with offices in Grand Rapids
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WORCESTER — Worcester is no different than many communities where authorities are addressing the growing need to house the homeless, according to Alex Corrales, executive director of Worcester Housing Authority.  But a new development of microunit housing for residents with complex medical conditions experiencing recurrent or long-term homelessness could help to solve the problem here. A new 25-unit project under the direction of
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SOLON, Ohio — City Council members believe a community reinvestment area (CRA) that has been established in the city’s central retail district will help spark development in Solon. Council passed an ordinance establishing and defining the boundaries of the CRA Monday (June 7). The legislation also designates a housing officer to administer the program. Ward
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Since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic in Maine, thousands of community members have stepped up to support their local health system in caring for our community. During the COVID-19 pandemic, several individuals, businesses and community organizations have supported Mid Coast–Parkview Health through financial contributions, sewing fabric masks and donating food and services to support our frontline team members. The teamwork, optimism and unwavering commitment shown by the community in addressing the greatest public health challenge in a century has been reassuring
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SPRINGFIELD, Vt. — Senior Solutions, Council on Aging for Southeastern Vermont, wishes to thank all the businesses and people who contributed to the success of our first virtual silent auction. The item donors, bidders, staff, and volunteers all made it possible to raise the $1,889 that will go to help support the Volunteer Visitor program
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Tarek Nizameddin, Senior Executive Director at Ejadah, outlines how the organisation came out stronger from the pandemic and underscores the unique value the company provides to their customers. By Kasun Illankoon Ejadah, established in 2005, is the UAE’s pioneering real estate Asset Management Company formed during the early days of Dubai’s real estate industrial boom.
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Facility Manager Cost Saving/Best Practice Quick Reads    RSS Feed  May 6, 2021 – Contact FacilitiesNet Editorial Staff » The Robert Crown Center, in the City of Evanston, Illinois, is a valuable resource for the community. Its indoor spaces and adjacent athletic fields have made many community programs possible since 1974, including hockey, figure skating,
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March 06, 2021 DOBSON — Surry-Yadkin Works, the first community-based internship program of its kind in North Carolina covering a two-county region, is hosting a virtual kickoff on Tuesday, March 9, at 11 a.m. for anyone who would like to learn more about this business and education initiative. To join the virtual meeting, enter bit.ly/SYWKickoff
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Cornell has administered more than 1 million COVID-19 tests, a milestone that symbolizes the collective work of hundreds of Cornellians, who worked overtime and engaged in duties outside of their regular jobs to protect lives. The staggering feat – celebrated with a COVID-19 Testing Program Recognition Event on April 26 – has enabled the university
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Throughout this academic year, Seattle University Recreation Center (UREC) has been providing a myriad of in-person services and programs which they are currently expanding to include small outdoor trips for students.  All of UREC’s services are provided in-line with local, state, Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and Seattle U guidelines to ensure the
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