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CCLC looks to broaden children, family reach

For Foothills Forum Rappahannock’s population trends have not been good news for the Child Care and Learning Center (CCLC). In fact, there have been times in recent years when the nonprofit, which has been providing day care and education for young kids in the county since the 1970s, has faced …

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Iron Chef 2019 in Concord

ConcordScholarship offer The Woman’s Club of Concord invites applications for its annual $1,000 scholarship. Graduating senior women at Concord High School, Merrimack Valley High School, and Bishop Brady High School planning to attend a two-year or four-year college in the fall of 2019 are invited to apply. Of particular interest …

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This family co-living space in NYC is perfect for city parents

Although Gotham has emerged victorious as the best city in the world (so says Time Out readers), life for NYC parents isn’t always seamless.  New Yorkers are fortunate enough to have access to inspiring family attractions, epic kids‘ museums and tons of fun restaurants, but these perks come with high rent, small spaces and kiddos anxious to release pent-up energy.  Photograph: …

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This family co-living space in NYC is perfect for city parents

Although Gotham has emerged victorious as the best city in the world (so says Time Out readers), life for NYC parents isn’t always seamless.  New Yorkers are fortunate enough to have access to inspiring family attractions, epic kids‘ museums and tons of fun restaurants, but these perks come with high rent, small spaces and kiddos anxious to release pent-up energy.  Photograph: …

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The LGBT Community Faces These 5 Financial Challenges

The LGBT community, like other marginalized communities, typically sees the effects of discrimination with our finances. These are financial challenges that the LGBT community faces both in our day to day lives and our future. Many of these challenges affect the general population, but statistics show we’re more exposed to …

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Nearly 600 Detroiters Becoming Homeowners Thanks to Partnership Between Quicken Loans Community Fund, United Community Housing Coalition and City of Detroit

The Quicken Loans Community Fund hosted a celebration recently for Detroiters who, through the Make It Home program, were able to purchase the homes they had previously rented, saving them from the tax foreclosure process. Additionally, the program provides a helping hand to former homeowners who lost their properties to …

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