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United Way of Alamance County is excited to announce they will be moving into new offices at 220 East Front Street in downtown Burlington. After several years of considering many…Read More
Local medical centers, health departments, foundations, United Ways and other health and human services providers have partnered to create Piedmont Health Counts, an online database focused on health and other…Read More
Check out our 1st quarter newsletter for the Alamance Partnership for Children to learn more about: Governor Roy Cooper’s visit to Excel Christian Academy in August THe new Kaleidoscope Play and Learn…Read More
Community Council will be meeting on Tuesday, October 3, 2017 at 12:00 p.m. in the Gathering Room at Twin Lakes. The cost for lunch is $10.00 if registered and paid…Read More
Join us for an evening of local food & libations paired with foot-stompin fun as we celebrate second chances! This year’s event is particularly special, as it marks our 5th Annual Second Chance Dine and…Read More
Family Abuse Services is hiring a part time bilingual supervised visitation monitor. Click here for the full description. JOB DESCRIPTION: The Visitation Monitor will demonstrate an understanding of laws governing child…Read More
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