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Community association planning events for 2021

Hi all! Hope you all had a wonderful week although we had cooler days and a lot more precipitation than at the start of the month. Hi all! Hope you all had a wonderful week although we had cooler days and a lot more precipitation than at the start of …

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Chase Bank CEO opens Crenshaw Community Center, commits to racial equity – NBC Los Angeles

Alyhia Ortiz, owner of fitness and nutrition business Crenshaw, wants to take her business to the next level, but like so many black-owned businesses, Tone Body Fitness has faced challenges. “I am a woman,” Ortiz said. “I am a woman of color.” Today, Chase Bank opened a new branch in …

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After calls from community members, Granby to write bear feeding ordinance – NBC Connecticut

Now, after years of bear complaints, the city of Granby is taking action to potentially tackle what may be behind part of the problem. Amid growing bear concerns in Granby, Valerie Eastwood says her dog named Murphy was attacked by a bear in her fenced yard in April. “It was …

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International community, leaders condemn attack on Muslim family in Canada

Leaders and members of the international community speak out against Islamophobia, condemn a targeted attack in which a pickup truck hit a Muslim family on a walk in London, Ont. On Sunday, killing four and one boy aged nine years in hospital. Organizations and leaders around the world, including Canadian …

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Lufkin community backs bakery criticized for its ‘Pride’ cookies – NBC 5 Dallas-Fort Worth

A bakery in Lufkin receives a wave of community support after posting a photo of rainbow cookies in honor of Pride Month. Bakery Confectionery in Lufkin posted on Facebook on Thursday a photo of their rainbow heart cookies with the caption: “More LOVE. Less hate. Good pride to all of …

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Confessions of a dean of a community college

Last weekend we went to a friend’s birthday party. They had a banner hanging on a door with various fun facts about 1971, the year he was born. I noticed two in particular: the average household income in the United States that year was $ 10,000 and the average house …

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Sunnyvale Community Briefs for the week of June 11 – The Mercury News

Sunnyvale Coin Exhibition The South Bay / Sunnyvale Coin Show will take place on Friday and Saturday June 25-26 at the Domain Hotel, 1085 E. El Camino Real in Sunnyvale. While there has been no South Bay coin exhibit since November 2019 due to the pandemic, interest in coins and …

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Family, community mourn young Philadelphia father killed in road rage attack – NBC10 Philadelphia

Family, friends and community members mourned a young father of two killed in a road rage attack as he helped his employee in a minor fender-bender that turned tragic. Relatives gathered on Saturday for the funeral of Wei Lin, 28, who died after being punched in the Juniata neighborhood of …

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