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NEW BEDFORD ARTS MUSEUM ANNUAL GARDEN PARTY APPEAL

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NEW BEDFORD ARTS MUSEUM ANNUAL GARDEN PARTY APPEAL

NBAM Annual Garden Party Appeal   Dear NBAM Friend,     It’s summertime again, and as much as we at the New Bedford Art Museum/ArtWorks! look forward to our annual Garden Party, we chose to postpone until next year as we work to build back our full staff.   NBAM/ArtWorks! Garden Party Appeal is a…

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YOU ARE INVITED: 2022 GALA GREATER ATTLEBORO AREA COUNCIL FOR CHILDREN

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YOU ARE INVITED: 2022 GALA GREATER ATTLEBORO AREA COUNCIL FOR CHILDREN

Thank you for your support of the Greater Attleboro Area Council for Children.     The goals are quite clear in order to move the organization forward. We need a permanent home for the Council for Children that will bring other complementary organizations under the same roof, with the focus on giving families the support they…

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DADS’ RESOURCE CENTER

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DADS’ RESOURCE CENTER

Essential Back-to-School Co-Parenting Tips   Diverse group of men studying together. Small group.   Dads’ Resource Center sheds light on co-parenting during the school year   STATE COLLEGE, Pennsylvania – With summer break coming to a close, millions of students around the country are heading back to the classroom. Many parents face challenges throughout the…

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CAZEAULT FAMILY OF ROOFERS: OSTERVILLE – ORLEANS – PLYMOUTH

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CAZEAULT FAMILY OF ROOFERS:  OSTERVILLE – ORLEANS – PLYMOUTH

Drew Cazeault, fifth generation, to join the Cazeault Family of Roofers   DREW CAZEAULT   Drew Cazeault, fifth generation of the Cazeault family to be involved in the roofing business, has been named Sales Representation and Project Manager with Paul J. Cazeault & Sons Roofing, based in Osterville with additional locations in Orleans and Plymouth,…

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NEW ENGLAND JOURNAL OF HIGHER EDUCATION

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NEW ENGLAND JOURNAL OF HIGHER EDUCATION

Former Massachusetts Gov. Jane Swift to Hand Over Reins as LearnLaunch Prez; NACUBO and Nellie Mae Ed Foundation Leaders also Plan to Step Down   By John O. Harney Comings and Goings …     JANE SWIFT LearnLaunch Executive Director and President Jane Swift announced she will step away from the day-to-day leadership of the nonprofit educational technology…

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THE CULTURAL CENTER OF CAPE COD

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THE CULTURAL CENTER OF CAPE COD

THIS WEEK’S MUSE   PATTI WARASHINA     “I used to think about the seashore, because I was trying to imagine what it would be like.”   Patti Warashina is a Japanese American ceramicist who constructs her sculptures using porcelain to create narrative and figurative art. Often humorous, often satirical.   She was born in 1940 as Masae Patricia…

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OP-ED: AMY HINOJOSA

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OP-ED:  AMY HINOJOSA

To Advance Health Equity, Disrupt the Prescription Drug Market   By Amy Hinojosa   Hispanic Americans are the least insured racial or ethnic group in the United States. Roughly 20% don’t have health coverage. That’s compared to just 6% of the non-Hispanic white population.   As a leader in the Latina community, I’m calling on…

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RHODE ISLAND CIVIC READINESS TASK FORCE ASSEMBLE

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RHODE ISLAND CIVIC READINESS TASK FORCE ASSEMBLE

Commissioner’s Weekly Memo to Friends of Education   RI Civic Readiness Task Force Assemble!    ANGELICA   When civics education is taught effectively, students are prepared with the knowledge and skills necessary to become informed and engaged.   We want this for all students in Rhode Island and are pleased to share applications have opened…

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