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Women with Heart honored by Volunteers in Medicine

Women with Heart honored by Volunteers in Medicine

Volunteers in Medicine hosted its fourth annual Women with Heart luncheon Feb. 5, honoring 10 outstanding women who have made a difference in the First Coast community.  In addition, Nina Waters received the top honor, the Dorion-Burt Heart of Gold award. “The Dorian-Burt Heart of Gold is in honor of …

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OUWB serves metro Detroit in honor of Martin Luther King Jr. Day

OUWB serves metro Detroit in honor of Martin Luther King Jr. Day

More than 80 medical students, faculty, and staff from Oakland University William Beaumont School of Medicine spent time Monday volunteering at various organizations throughout metro Detroit in honor of Martin Luther King Jr. Day. OUWB volunteers helped Baldwin Center, Grace Centers of Hope, Hope Hospitality Warming Center, Older Persons’ Commission …

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Beach Bash for Stump Pass scheduled for end of January

Beach Bash for Stump Pass scheduled for end of January

■ BY SUE ERWIN The Friends of Stump Pass (FOSP) will be hosting a “Beach Bash for Stump Pass” event from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m. on Saturday, Jan. 25. This inaugural fundraiser will be held at the Lighthouse Grill at Stump Pass Marina in Englewood. “We’ve accomplished a lot of great …

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Hartland church group in Puerto Rico rattled by earthquake

A Hartland church group on a humanitarian mission in Puerto Rico was rattled by a 6.4 magnitude earthquake that struck the Caribbean island early Tuesday. The temblor killed at least one man, knocked out power and collapsed buildings in the southern part of the island, though the church group was …

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Winter Welcoming Center now open

Winter Welcoming Center now open

Visit fpcpt.org/welcomingcenter For its second year, the Winter Welcoming Center located at 1433 West Sims Way is offering a safe and dry place for those who might be experiencing homelessness this winter. The center opened earlier this year, with a special emergency proclamation from the city council before the cold …

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