Phoenix Gliders is fighting Diabetes Zumba Style

Phoenix Gliders is Fighting Diabetes Zumba Style Phoenix Gliders is a 501©3 non-profit organization that is a year around program that consists of rigorous training for youth for track and field competition. Other services include training both adult and youth that are either athletes or non-athletes to get in shape, …

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Facebook Adds New Feature For Suicide Prevention

Originally published on Huffington Post on February 25, 2015 By Alexis Kleinman. Starting on Wednesday, Facebook is rolling out a new feature for suicide prevention. The social media site is partnering with Now Matters Now, the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline, Save.org and Forefront: Innovations in Suicide Prevention, a nonprofit operating …

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Rotimi from Lost in America needs our help

  Hello Everyone, it’s Rotimi. As many of you know I’m directing the documentary Lost in America to save homeless youth across the country. It’s based on my time homeless as a youth, but has moved so much further. We are almost finished, and are doing one last campaign and …

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Best tutoring: The Academy of 21st Century Learning

Originally published in the Daily Republic on February 22, 2015 By Jess Sullivan. Website: www.academy21learning.com In Vacaville: 1671 E. Monte Vista Ave., Suite N-106 Phone: 707-474-4710 Hours: 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday, Sunday by appointment The mission of The Academy of …

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Tuesday Conner

Tuesday has been privileged to costume Broadway shows, Film, Recording artist Television and Tours around the world. Following 35 successful years as a Costumier and designing for the 10-time Grammy winner, Chaka Khan Tuesday changed her career path and began Producing full-time. From one of the hottest comedy clubs in …

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New Solano Community college program gives students a hand up

Originally published in The Vacaville Reporter on February 23, 2015 By Ann Fogarty. Solano Community College student Breanna Rodriguez is, by any standards, a parent’s dream. Ambitious, disciplined and focused on her future, the attractive 20-year-old exudes a sense of poise and confidence that belies her years. You could easily …

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