November, the month before Christmas, is affectionately known as Movember where a guy can sport a mustachioed look and feel confident about it. November is the month where the days are short and bright and the nights are long and chilly.
November is the month we honor Veterans tasked with protecting our country. Society salutes their sacrifices and courage in parades across the country, in the black and white photo's of grandparents and parents in uniform and classmates returned from battles afar....
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Our new Full Life Ahead Workbook and Guide would make a great gift this holiday season!
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Are you curious about Full Life Ahead's Workbook and Guide? Learn more about how it can be used for your family in Katherine Carol's October
Tis the Season to Try Seasonal Work
As the holiday season approaches, you may start noticing 'seasonal' job openings, typically available in shopping malls and retail establishments in your community. This is a good time to gain work experience and explore the types of jobs that may suit your needs.
Here are a few reasons a seasonal job may help you as you look for permanent employment, including options for working from home during the holidays
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Town Hall Meeting Connects Commissioners, Voters with Disabilities
Last week, Commissioner Christy McCormick and I, along with state and local election officials fromWashington State, conducted a town hall discussion with voters with disabilities. The event took place at the 23rd annual conference of the Association of Programs for Rural and Independent Living (APRIL), in Spokane, Washington.
More than 400 people with disabilities attended this year's conference from across rural America. I want to thank APRIL for inviting us to this year's conference. I would also like to thank the state and local election officials who joined us, Shannon Cortez from Washington Secretary of State Kim Wyman's office and Vicky Dalton of Spokane County.
During a 90-minute session, we heard invaluable feedback from voters with disabilities about accessible voting in rural America. We encouraged attendees to tell us the good, the bad, and the ugly. We listened as they told us about several important issues...
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- Every Thursday Evening -Join the Full Life Ahead Small Group each Thursday evening through December 2nd! For more info, contact Tammy Moore. (TammyMoore@FullLifeAhead.org)
- November 28, 2017 - #GivingTuesday - More information coming soon!
- February 2-4, 2018 - Full Life Ahead Family Weekend - Registration opening soon!
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