Archive for October, 2015

10/29/2015

United Way Community Leaders Forum: Martha Krall

The United Way Community Leaders Forum will feature video blogs from engaged and insightful Alamance County residents on what the most pressing issues are for the Alamance County Community and…

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10/29/2015

Supporting Middle School Students to Boost Graduation Rates

A new report published by United Way Worldwide demonstrates the critical role community-based organizations can play in strengthening students in the middle grades in order to improve high school graduation…

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10/28/2015

Are You Hungry? Pediatricians Add A New Question During Checkups

According to the 2015 Alamance County Needs Assessment, 29% of Alamance County children live in poverty and more than 25,000 people face food insecurity in our community (1). Allison Aubrey, correspondent…

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10/27/2015

Where The Wild Fractions Are: The Power Of A Bedtime (Math) Story

There is always a place for bedtime math story! Integrating math activities into daily routines is a great way to socialize kids and their parents to the benefits of math…

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10/26/2015

211- Help Starts Here

What is 211? NC 211 is the place to call or search when you need help for yourself, your family or someone you know. Dial 211 or search nc211.org to…

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