In the run-up to COP26, the Red Cross-Red Crescent Movement makes five requests to world leaders: “It is not too late to act: the survival of humanity depends on the measures we take today” – World

The following joint statement can be attributed to the Presidents of the International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies (IFRC) and the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) ahead of COP26 on the final day of the Red Cross-Red Crescent Summit on Pandemics, Climate Change and Local …

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Health calendar published October 13, 2021

The Minnesota River Area Agency on Aging provides advocacy, information, resources, and support so that older adults can maintain the lifestyle of their choice. To learn more about this and other presentations and training from the agency, visit mnraaa.org/calendar. Live chat with a specialist can also be accessed online at …

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Governor Abbott prepares resources in response to the threat of severe weather from the cold front and Hurricane Pamela | Texas Governor’s Office

October 12, 2021 | Austin, Texas | Press release Governor Greg Abbott directed the Texas Division of Emergency Management (TDEM) today to prepare state response and recovery resources to the potential threat of severe storms, heavy rainfall, and flash floods from a cold front interacting with the humidity of Hurricane …

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9/11 commissioners meet at Indiana University

BLOOMINGTON, Ind. – After September 11, 2001, America was attacked by foreign enemies. Less than a year ago, the results of the last presidential election were controversial, Congress was bitterly divided, and the country’s intelligence services were asked what they knew and when they did. Indiana celebrates 20 years since …

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Johanna Kugler: Advocacy for the whole child, team and community

Johanna Kugler I’m Johanna Kugler: mother, wife, educator, volunteer, community member and hobby farmer. I work at Open Arms Childcare & Preschool and I wear a variety of hats: educator, coach, parenting trainer and back-of-the-house expert, including licensing, public and environmental health regulations, scholarship creation, billing and student / teacher …

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Longtime Stockton educator, mentor dies at 84

Mable “Jimi” Choice, an educator, poet, mentor, and longtime Stockton resident who influenced a number of lives, died suddenly on September 24th. She was 84. Choice was affectionately known by a number of nicknames – Jimi, Ms. Choice, and Nana – she was an educator and counselor for the Stockton …

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Update on the latest sports | Minnesota News

MLB-NL WILD CARD Dodgers win in Taylor’s explosion LOS ANGELES (AP) – Chris Taylor has inducted the Los Angeles Dodgers into the NL Division Series. Taylor slammed a two-out, two-run homer from Alex Reyes in the bottom of the ninth to give the Dodgers a 3-1 triumph over the St. …

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Therapist Reena Nath emphasizes the role of the family in the child’s development

Families not only play a crucial role in the development of the overall personality, but actively influence the psychological adjustment of adolescence, problem-solving strategies, strengthening of self-confidence and the ability to set clear goals. The healthy functioning of these interaction patterns increases the psychological well-being of an individual. Experts around …

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Shango is the Pink Ribbon spot for October

Shango Cannabis will be selling its signature line of pink merchandise throughout National Breast Cancer Awareness Month in October. “Shango is honored to serve these brave cancer survivors,” said Shango controller Julie Dubocq. “Providing resources that can help them succeed on their recovery path has become an integral part of …

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Worthington Industries publishes its Corporate Citizenship and Sustainability Report 2021

COLUMBUS, Ohio, October 5, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – Worthington Industries, Inc. (NYSE: WOR) today announced the release of its Corporate Citizenship and Sustainability Report 2021, which summarizes the company’s key performance and metrics for fiscal 2021 in several key areas including culture, citizenship, corporate governance, and environmental health and safety. …

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Treehouse wins national award for helping foster children

Treehouse, a nonprofit foster child organization with programs in Spokane, received one of 10 Classy Awards for social innovation. Seattle-based Treehouse supports the additional needs of foster children and runs Graduation Success to increase high school graduation rates and the newer Launch Success program for college students. Treehouse has programs …

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Dynamic Integrated Services Expands GSA Vets Dominic Sale and Stacy Riggs into Business Optimization Practice; Quote by Mark Forman

Dynamic integrated services has named former General Services Administration executives Dominic Sale and Stacy Riggs as Vice President or Senior Manager within the company optimization practice. Mark Forman, executive vice president for enterprise optimization practice at DIS, said in a statement released on Wednesday sale and Rigs bring their expertise …

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Women In Leadership Luncheon comes in October

EL CAJON – The 19th annual Women In Leadership Luncheon, honoring those who make a difference in their communities across San Diego County, is back in person this year. The annual event, hosted by the San Diego East County Chamber of Commerce based in El Cajon, went online last year …

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Hospital appoints new palliative director

The questioner and mirror (Oct 2, 2021) After 15 years in palliative care and in the hospice and 30 years as a nurse, Debbie Dolan was selected to lead the Palliative & Supportive Care of Nantucket (PASCON) supported palliative care program at Nantucket Cottage Hospital. As the new director, Dolan …

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EarlyAct program at Travis Elementary begins in year 13

Travis Elementary School recently started its 13th year of EarlyAct, a personality development program offered in partnership with the Rotary Club of San Marcos. EarlyAct is a Rotary International-sponsored youth program for elementary school students ages 5-13. According to the Rotary Club of San Marcos, the program conveys and promotes …

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CD 20 debate shows broad agreement on the topics, contradicting experiences

With little disagreement between them on issues such as affordable housing, gun control, and expanding Medicaid to more people, the Congressional District 20 contestants’ debate on Wednesday turned into an experience contest on any subject. Trinity Health Services CEO Sheila Cherfilus-McCormick, Repetitions. Bobby DuBose and Omari Hardy, Broward District Representative …

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Governor Wolf signs bills to protect public health measures

Today, Governor Tom Wolf signed the House Bill 1774, House Bill 1861 and House 184. House bill 1774 amends Actieving Better Care by Monitoring All Prescriptions Program (ABC-MAP) Act to allow additional personnel to access information about Pennsylvania’s Prescription Drug Monitoring Program. After the Opioid Disaster Statement expires in August, …

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How an 11 foot tall 3D printer helps create a community

Square feet Almost any object can be created using three-dimensional printing. A partnership in Mexico is testing this theory and building a village for residents living in poverty. Pedro García Hernández, 48, is a carpenter in the southeastern Mexican state of Tabasco, a rainforest-covered region of the country where around …

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The power to be Latinx.

“Hello everyone, I’m Andrés Cantor. Welcome to Entérate with Verizon. “ The man, the legend, Andrés welcomed everyone to the latest episode of Entérate con Verizon. The famous sports presenter is the main story of this episode, a special celebration of the Month of Hispanic Heritage by El Poder de …

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The effectiveness of the ECB’s euro liquidity lines

Silvia Albrizio, Ivan Kataryniuk, Luis Molina Sánchez, Jan Schaefer September 29, 2021 Central banks’ swap and repo lines have been used extensively over the past decade to provide liquidity in the currency markets in times of crisis (e.g. McCauley and Schenk 2020, Aizenman et al. 2021). During the Covid-19 pandemic, …

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BlueConduit and Google.org Announce Coalition to Help Communities Quantify and Locate Dangerous Lead Service Lines

Mountain view, California –– Today, Google org announced $ 3 million in grants BlueConduit Charity fund, NRDC (Defense Council for Natural Resources) and WE ACT for environmental justice to support the equitable replacement of lead service lines. The grants will fund the development of BlueConduit’s open source machine learning technologies, …

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Homeschooling increases during the pandemic

Willow Polizzi, now ninth grader, made crystals in eighth grader last year. In recent years homeschooling has made its way into the United States. It is no coincidence that it reflects the start of the pandemic when classroom teaching was in flux and many parents felt they had no choice …

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New PG&E security measures in fire-prone areas lead to an increase in unplanned power shutdowns

Ask anyone in California’s forested communities if they would tolerate more blackouts in exchange for preventing devastating wildfire. The answer is likely a simple yes. However, local residents complain that a new, experimental system installed on its circuit breakers in fire-prone areas to more aggressively disconnect electricity to prevent forest …

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Risk management calendar: October-November 2021

With the fall harvest dominating your days, keeping an eye on risk management may be secondary. To keep track of price protection options, Progressive dairy provides monthly online updates of key dates and reports on risk management tools. Market leader Supply, hot temperatures, and tight income margins impacted US milk …

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Church courses, employment agencies promote autonomy in terms of time | News, sports, jobs

An employee of the new Deseret Industries in Houston, Texas helps customers April 15, 2021. (Courtesy Intellectual Reserves) Deseret Industries employee Vivian Sapkin (left) receives instructions from Ben Maradiaga, manager of Sugarhouse DI and Christy Peterson, manager of Sugarhouse ERC. (Courtesy Intellectual Reserves) Angelia Call, Center, meets with employees at …

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Findings from the Evergrande crisis for Indian investors

Would you like to know how the Evergrande crisis could develop for Indian investors? Listen to this fictional water cooler conversation between stock analyst Sarojini, investor Balan and banker Mukherjee. Sarojini: What a rally in the Sensex! I think it’s partly a relief that Evergrande hasn’t (technically) defaulted on interest …

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Rebecca Maurer files complaint against incumbent Anthony Brancatelli over conspiracy with Kevin Kelley’s Council PAC

Rebecca Maurer, Cleveland’s 12th District City Council candidate, has filed a complaint with the Ohio Elections Commission, arguing that the Council Leadership Fund, a political action committee controlled by Council President and candidate mayor Kevin Kelley, does far more than that maximum legally allowed for the incumbent has donated to …

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Community Spotlight: Humanities, Our Journey

The Mannie Jackson Center for Humanities Foundation opened in 2012, a hundred years after the racially segregated Lincoln School opened. The foundation’s vision was to understand how people interact with their environment and respond to their realities. This type of translational research was designed to use a humanities language to …

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Do environmental factors cause ADHD?

When it comes to attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), you may be wondering whether nature or upbringing is the biggest part in causing it. For example, suppose more than one of your children has been diagnosed with ADHD. You may be wondering if you are doing something to cause it. …

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