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YMCA receives financial support for chronic disease programs

The Greater Scranton YMCA recently received a $16,666 contribution from the Northeastern Pennsylvania Health Care Foundation to support Chronic Disease Programs.

The gift represents the second of a three-year, $50,000 grant award to the Y. 135 more words


Organizations gather to sponsor YMCA Healthy Kids Day

Sponsors of the 2016 Healthy Kids Day held April 30 at the Greater Scranton YMCA include, front row, from left: Joseph Tomko, Senior Vice President, Community Bank, N.A., Maureen Burke, Athletic Trainer, NovaCare Rehabilitation; Maria Kelly, District Manager & Vice President, Wells Fargo; Katie Kemmerer, Community Affairs Analyst, Highmark; Bob Taylor, Director of Operations, Tech42 LLC; David Abdalla, Customer Relationship Manager, Tech42 LLC. 51 more words


Respect And Applying For Welfare

If you’ve never had to apply for social assistance you probably can’t fully appreciate how demeaning it can be to many who have no other option. 899 more words

Job Search Advice

Love is to give more, take less

“Kasih Ibu kepada beta, tak terhingga sepanjang masa

Hanya memberi, tak harap kembali

Bagai sang surya menyinari dunia”

Folksong yang satu ini sungguh “menampar” saya yang sedang merenungkan segala hal yang saya lakukan demi keluarga kami hingga saat ini. 1,764 more words


Take the Pledge

In my HMA post, I tried my best to explain what our purpose for being back in the States was. I’m happy to report that I’ve accomplished on more of those goals! 776 more words

The Benefits of Foreign Missions to the Local Church - David Paher

American Christians are sometimes misguided when it comes to foreign mission work. Some might believe that money, energy, and resources are better used at home in spite of the fact that more dollars are spent in the U.S. 1,115 more words


Malawi: Mutharika Pleased With AfDB's Increase of Financial Support to Malawi

President Peter Mutharika said on Tuesday he is pleased with the announcement by African Development Bank (AfDB) Group President Dr Akinwumi Adesina about the increase of financial support to Malawi from K212 billion (US$310million) to K400 billion US$578million during the 2016/17 financial year. 349 more words