#Community Outreach

Latino Rebels

Al Montoya’s Mission to Bring More Latinos to Hockey (INTERVIEW)

The Dallas Stars lost season ticket holders after supporting Black Lives Matter in 2020. Their endorsement of BLM came on the heels of a racist social media post two months earlier by a Stars staffer, who was then fired by the organization after suggesting that Chinese people be shot. On...
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The Cannabis Question Outreach Toolkit and Community Events

The Cannabis Question Community Outreach Toolkit contains resources for community organizations to engage more deeply with the film and the issues it addresses through screenings and community discussions. These events can engage local scientists, healthcare workers, patients, public officials, and others in conversations that explore the science of cannabis, the risks and benefits of its use, and the impacts of criminalization of cannabis. The toolkit contains a background essay, strategies for planning different formats of events, discussion questions, a social media guide, and more.
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Two outreach workers start this weekend

PRINCE GEORGE – This Sunday, two new City employees will begin their first shifts, in newly created positions, to help the City’s most vulnerable population. The City’s outreach coordinators are responsible for connecting the unsheltered homeless with health and social services, including safe and supported housing. The staff will work closely with bylaw services officers but as Sarah Brown with the City assures, they are not Bylaws officers.

Meeting tonight to focus on North Shore power outages and ‘plan for community resiliency’

A meeting is planned for Thursday night to address residents of the eastern Coachella Valley community of North Shore. The discussion focuses on the recent extended power outage and emergency preparedness. Supervisor V. Manuel Perez is inviting people to the meeting to be held at 5:30 p.m. Thursday at the North Shore Community Park in The post Meeting tonight to focus on North Shore power outages and ‘plan for community resiliency’ appeared first on KESQ.

Conway Police Department hopes to add second K9 unit, needs community support in grant opportunity

CONWAY, S.C. (WBTW) — The Conway Police Department has one K9 unit currently, but if the department gets enough votes in a grant competition, it could add another. Roko is a 6-year-old German Shepherd and Belgian Malinois mix who joined the Conway Police Department five years ago when he finished training. Officer Richard Currier has been his handler for about a year and a half.

ROUNDUP: 3 nonprofits relocating in the Cy-Fair area

The nonprofit organization Shield Bearer, which offers professional counseling for individuals, couples, families and children as well as prevention services through parenting workshops, school services and faith-based programs, is moving. The organization could not provide an address or a date for the move, but a spokesperson said the Shield Bearer team is hoping for a December or January moving date. Shield Bearer’s current address is 12340 Jones Road, Ste. 290, Houston. 281-894-7222.

Sarah Lawrence College Mourns the Loss of Sara Wilford ’72

Sarah Lawrence College today mourns the loss of Sara Wilford ’72, a beloved and respected member of the college community from her time as a student through her many influential roles as a faculty member and program founder and director. “Sara believed that every child—and, therefore, every person—has in them...
Valley News

Vineyard Place names community relations director

Adrianne Brouckaert has been named community relations director for Vineyard Place, an Anthem Memory Care community in Murrieta. In this position, she will be responsible for community outreach and marketing. Brouckaert previously was sales director for Felicita Vida Senior Living in Escondido. She was also community relations director for Las Villas De Carlsbad in Carlsbad. She brings over 10 years of senior living experience to this position. She earned an associate degree in criminal justice from Macomb Community College in Warren, Michigan. Vineyard Place is located at 24325 Washington Avenue in Murrieta. Submitted by Anthem Memory Care.

Old Chisholm Trail NSDAR Presents Community Service Awards

Old Chisholm Trail NSDAR presented two DAR Community Service Awards to outstanding volunteers at their October meeting. Community Service Chair Bobby Hill and Vice Regent Sandra Jo LaVigni presented the awards to the two recipients. The award recognizes someone whose volunteer efforts have benefited their community. The first recipient, Sherry...

Community. Connection. Companionship.

The LMP Friends have always been an integral part of our community at LMP. By becoming an LMP Friend, you too can become part of this wonderful group of music lovers and share in the friendships they’ve built with the orchestra and one another. Sign up online to join the...

The Bethlehem Center To Host First Annual Fall Festival

The Bethlehem Center will host a Fall Festival on Saturday, October 30 from 1 pm – 4 pm to celebrate the coming of fall, offering a family-friendly environment for kids and community members to enjoy. The festival will offer various games, face painting, candy for children, music, and shopping as...

TRAFFIC ALERT: Select a Sober Ride Home Community Outreach Event

ARLINGTON, Va. – Halloween is meant to be scary, but not when it comes to driving. To help spread the message that Buzzed Driving Is Drunk Driving, the Arlington County Police Department, in partnership with the Washington Regional Alcohol Program (WRAP), is hosting a Halloween anti-drunk driving event to highlight the impact alcohol has on motor skills. This free event is open to the public and will take place on Friday, October 29th at the intersection of N. Hudson Street and Wilson Boulevard, beginning at 8:00 p.m.

Our Approach to Community Outreach

Miriam Hernandez, Program Manager in Community Outreach at Cleveland Clinic Cancer Center, joins the Cancer Advances podcast to talk about our approach to community outreach and how we’re helping to educate and provide cancer screenings for the underserved population. Listen as Miriam highlights how the community outreach program initially started, what initiatives they are actively doing within the community, and how they are making a difference.
Atlantic City Press

Atlantic Cape presents three free Halloween events for the community

Atlantic Cape Community College’s Office of Community Outreach will present a trio of free Halloween events open to the public. The ghoulish fun begins Thursday, Oct. 28 at the Mays Landing campus, 5100 E. Black Horse Pike, with a Drive-in Movie Night featuring “A Quiet Place Part II,” presented in partnership with the Atlantic Cape Office of Student Engagement and Rutgers. The film begins at 5:30 p.m. and parking will be located in Lot #3. Cars may start arriving at 4:30 p.m.