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Burlington Community Health Center, a part of Piedmont Health Services, is a Federally Qualified Health Center (FQHC) that offers wrap-around services to its patients with medical staff on call 24…Read More
Alamance County Meals on Wheels began in 1973 and has transformed over the years to become the hot-meal deliver service that it is today. Meals on Wheels serves clients that…Read More
Burlington Development Corporation is a subset of Burlington Housing Authority (BHA) and was created in 1982. The goal of the non-profit is to provide supportive services for their residents and…Read More
Call for Vendors & Trunks with Treats for the Downtown Graham Pumpkin Bash taking place on October 25th! We are looking for non-profit organizations and businesses to set-up interactive booths…Read More
Looking to hire 100 future employees at Goodwill Industries Regular & Seasonal Positions for ALL locations Monday, September 16, 2019 10 am – 1 pm Burlington Career Center 3740 South…Read More
Here is a copy of the Powerpoint presentation about Census 2020 that was presented at the September 2019 Community Council meeting. Download 2020-Census-Presentation PDFRead More
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