08
Jun

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Foster Families Share Their Stories of Love and Loss

“Foster care changes a person,” wrote Stephanie Bennington, a former foster child from Fremont, Neb., after we asked readers to send us their foster care stories. The stories came in response to “Losing a Foster Child,” the most recent essay by Meghan Moravcik Walbert, who chronicled the time her family spent with the foster child […]

07
Jun

0

Cancellation

Due to unforeseen circumstances the Building effective communication skills training scheduled for tomorrow – Thursday, June 8, 2017 in Princeton, has been cancelled.

25
May

0

Free mobile dental clinic to visit 6 WV counties

West Virginia Health Right will set up a free mobile dental clinic for low-income adults in six West Virginia counties, the nonprofit announced Wednesday. Beginning July 17, a dentist from Marshall University, along with a dental hygienist, dental assistant and driver from Health Right, will bring the clinic to McDowell, Logan, Boone, Clay, Roane and […]

04
May

0

Cancellation

Due to the lack of registrants the Promoting Personal & Cultural Identity training scheduled for tonight – Thursday, May 4, 2017 in Braxton, has been cancelled.

20
Apr

0

Nature Vs. Nurture In Children That Were Adopted

Is my child’s behavior inherited, or learned? It’s an even more complex question when your child is biologically different. For example, from the time our son was old enough to sit on a regular chair at the table, no matter how much we asked him to sit with both feet on the floor, he would […]

20
Apr

0

Cancellation

Due to the lack of registrants the Gender Identity training scheduled for tonight – Thursday, April 20, 2017 in Braxton, has been cancelled.

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