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Annual Summer Conference
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Initiative to link minorities with construction work at Hall of Fame Village project
STARK COUNTY -
(Source: Crain's Akron Business)
Welty Building Co., the city of
Canton and the American Center for Economic Equality/Black Contractors Group are teaming up to help young minorities get jobs working on the construction of the Hall of Fame Village at the Pro Football Hall of Fame
Storms can't stop Middletown volunteer projects
BUTLER COUNTY -
(Source: Journal News)
This week's severe thunderstorms didn't slow efforts by nearly 400 volunteers completing home improvement projects in Middletown.
The group work camp projects assist senior citizens, people with disabilities and other low-income residents who do not have the physical or monetary means to do home maintenance projects
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Board of Trustees Meeting
next board meeting will be held on September 15, 2017 beginning at 10:00 a.m. Visit our
website for location details.
Jackson-Vinton CA helps customers climb back into financial stability
When Sarah's medical problems began, they quickly snowballed into financial disaster, which only worsened her medical issues. Even as her health improved, she was still left to deal with her finances.
Sarah explained that her medical condition had prevented her from doing much at all for several months; a task as simple as writing a check was beyond her physical ability. Accounts were in default and important services had been canceled, yet she was not capable of making the necessary calls to the creditors and utilities.. Read more
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