15August

Good Sportsmanship: Modeling the Olympic Spirit for Our Kids

Good Sportsmanship: Modeling the Olympic Spirit for Our Kids


As we reflect on the 2012 Olympic Games we will always remember the extraordinary events, and the athleticism displayed in each sport.What will also stay in our memories is seeing opponents from around the worldwarmly embrace each other, despite their individual outcome A heartwarming example was seen when two track competitors from different countries switched jerseys after a race, leaving each other sporting the opposing country’s jersey, even though only one of them had just won a gold medal. These competitors have become accustomed to competitions,and perhaps being a good sport comes as second nature to them. They are excellent representations of sportsmanship for our kids, but how can we set an example?

Written by Ashley Semerenko, Posted in Child & Adolescent Services

01August

Volunteer Spotlight: Emily Wipper

Volunteer Spotlight: Emily Wipper

She began as an intern at JF&CS in August 2011, and for two more months Emily Wipper stayed at JF&CS as a volunteer. Why did she stay? Because she felt there was more to be done.

“JF&CS is a top organization and I knew that this place would be a great opportunity,” she said.

Written by Jennifer Fine, Posted in JF&CS - Hope and Opportunity Happen Here, Counseling Services, Volunteer Services

28June

Volunteer Spotlight: Howard Wexler

Volunteer Spotlight: Howard Wexler

He has been volunteering for only a few months, but Howard Wexler already has been making an impact on people who really need help – new refugees moving to the United States. Since March, Howard has been helping an Iraqi family make a new life here, through the Refugee Resettlement program of JF&CS’ International Services - Tools for New Americans division. The program consists of volunteers and professionals helping refugees transition to a new culture while maintaining their own.

Written by Jennifer Fine, Posted in JF&CS - Hope and Opportunity Happen Here, International Services, Volunteer Services

12June

JF&CS Diversifies Its Board

JF&CS Diversifies Its Board

As the adage goes, change isn’t easy.  After looking at our 120 year history, a discussion regarding whether or not to open our board of directors to the broader community took place.

Written by Brenda Fiske, Posted in JF&CS - Hope and Opportunity Happen Here

01June

Volunteer Spotlight: Ann Kay & Richard DeRossett

Volunteer Spotlight: Ann Kay & Richard DeRossett

Sometime in the early 1980s, right after she moved to Atlanta from her native New York, Ann Kay started volunteering at her children’s school. From there, she moved on to the William Breman Jewish Home and then to Hillel. Finally, she found her way to JF&CS through her husband Michael, a past president of the agency. The Kays started collecting Passover supplies for JF&CS’ Maos program.

Written by Sheri Panovka, Posted in JF&CS - Hope and Opportunity Happen Here, Developmental Disabilities Services, Volunteer Services

22May

A Caregiver's Bill of Rights

A Caregiver's Bill of Rights

Being a caregiver is tougher than most jobs. The concern, the love and compassion, and the list of what you need to do both as a caregiver and as an adult who has multiple responsibilities are always with you. Caregivers give up jobs, cut back hours and pay for services for their loved ones out of their own pockets. They need to put themselves first, but they tend to put themselves last. It is essential for caregivers to care for themselves in order to adequately care for their loved ones. We hope this “Caregiver's Bill of Rights” helps our caregivers remember simple ways they can care for themselves.

Written by Debbi Dooley, Posted in Aviv Older Adult Services

09May

Community of Caring from the Actor’s Perspective

Community of Caring from the Actor’s Perspective

We are so thankful to those who helped make our 6th Annual Community of Caring on May 3rda huge success! More than 700 people joined us, and together we raised $241,761!! Once again we were able to tell our client’s stories through a moving drama put on by a very talented group of actors. Special thanks goes to our playwright, Suehyla El-Attar; our director, David de Vries; producers Guy Tuttle and Bruce Harlan; and Jodi Feldman for casting.  As much as the room was moved by the actor’s portrayal of JF&CS’s clients’ experiences, our actors in turn found their own experience to be extremely meaningful. It’s our pleasure to share their feedback with you.

Written by Sheri Panovka, Posted in JF&CS - Hope and Opportunity Happen Here

01May

Volunteer Spotlight: Elissa Fladell

Volunteer Spotlight: Elissa Fladell

This year the Ben Massell Dental Clinic celebrates its 100th year of service to the Atlanta community. The dedicated corps of clinic staff and volunteer dentists have provided dental care to thousands of individuals in need at no cost. The clinic is state-of-the-art, providing the most advanced technology available so that clients are able to receive the very best care possible. In addition to all of these wonderful things, the Ben Massell Dental Clinic is yet another great place for our JF&CS volunteers to make an impact.

Written by Matt Waldman, Posted in JF&CS - Hope and Opportunity Happen Here, Ben Massell Dental Clinic, Volunteer Services

25April

Financial Literacy Month - 10 Money Management Action Steps

Financial Literacy Month - 10 Money Management Action Steps

April is Financial Literacy Month, a month dedicated to help individuals become educated about their personal finances. Too many Americans are insufficiently educated about their personal finances, leading to many problems in the long term. Financial literacy is a core component of JF&CS’ “Ways to Work” program, which provides affordable car loans to qualifying families. Participants are required to attend a Financial Literacy Seminar as part of the auto loan application process. The learning program is designed to help individuals at any level of financial sophistication build a solid foundation for managing their personal finances. One student stopped at the end of drafting her budget and said “Wow! I’ve never done this before. It’s amazing to see where it all [the money] goes.”

Written by Jackee Curiton, Posted in JF&CS - Hope and Opportunity Happen Here

16April

Blog Series: Tools For Leaders - Session 4

Blog Series: Tools For Leaders - Session 4

The fourth “Tools for Leaders” class began with the question “I’ve never_____ before, but I’d like to”.  The answers were interesting and most included traveling to all four corners of the earth or some type of high risk adventure activity like skydiving, heliskiing or going to outer space.  Others want to write a book, meet a famous person or retire and become a full-time volunteer!

Written by Amy Rosen, Posted in JF&CS - Hope and Opportunity Happen Here, Volunteer Services

12April

10 Ways Adults Can Help Prevent Bullying

10 Ways Adults Can Help Prevent Bullying

On Sunday, April 15, Atlanta Council BBYO is partnering with The Bully Project for a screening of the film BULLY, which depicts a “year in the life” of North America’s Bullying crisis. The film is showing at 2pm at the Landmark Midtown Art Theater. It is recommended to get tickets in advance.

Written by Rebecca Stapel-Wax, Posted in JF&CS - Hope and Opportunity Happen Here, Child & Adolescent Services, Counseling Services

04April

Volunteer Spotlight: Intake Team

Volunteer Spotlight: Intake Team

We at JF&CS are proud of volunteers and appreciate that we could not do what we do without them. It is especially wonderful when our volunteers provide critical services not only to our clients, but also to the organization itself. This is precisely what our group of dedicated intake volunteers does for us each week. Day in and day out, these volunteers are the first voices heard by hundreds of potential JF&CS clients looking to access our many services. Fielding dozens of calls each day, the intake volunteers have made a phenomenal impact on our staff, on our clients and on JF&CS as a whole.

Written by Matt Waldman, Posted in JF&CS - Hope and Opportunity Happen Here, Volunteer Services

03April

Rolling Up Our Sleeves: The JF&CS Financial Leadership

Rolling Up Our Sleeves: The JF&CS Financial Leadership

As an organization, JF&CS is consistently recognized for the expertise and forward thinking of the financial leadership of the organization. Funders including United Way of Metropolitan Atlanta, Jewish Federation of Greater Atlanta, The Community Foundation of Metropolitan Atlanta, and The Marcus Foundation continue to demonstrate and express their confidence in the business minds that guide decisions and manage resources.

Posted in JF&CS - Hope and Opportunity Happen Here

27March

Blog Series: Tools For Leaders - Session 3

Blog Series: Tools For Leaders - Session 3

“Why do people volunteer?” This was the opener for session 3 of Tools for Leaders. There was a common theme throughout everyone’s answers - “because we were raised in a family of volunteers and we want to carry on the tradition”, “the love of giving back”, “helping make the world a better place”. We volunteer because that’s what we do. It’s who we are – we do it without it thinking about it.

Posted in JF&CS - Hope and Opportunity Happen Here, Volunteer Services

14March

From Beijing to Atlanta, New York City photographer, Reed Young travels far to focus his lens on JF&CS’ Art Therapy Group at the Jewish Tower

From Beijing to Atlanta, New York City photographer, Reed Young travels far to focus his lens on JF&CS’ Art Therapy Group at the Jewish Tower

Since 1995, residents of the Jewish Tower in Buckhead have been channeling their life experience into exquisite art, which has been displayed at their annual Gallery Show. With the help of Reed Young, this year’s members, some of which have been participating for almost two decades, will be showcased as well. Last Friday, Reed and his collaborator Rachel Gottesman, turned our artists on their heads, making them the subject of his work and bringing joy into their day and his.

Written by Nikki Bagli, Posted in JF&CS - Hope and Opportunity Happen Here, Aviv Older Adult Services

12March

Reflections on the URJ Mitzvah Day - Helping the Community One Person at a Time

Reflections on the URJ Mitzvah Day - Helping the Community One Person at a Time

On February 19th, the Atlanta area Reform congregations participated in the first URJ Mitzvah Day. Over 250 volunteers met at The Temple for a little nosh and some text study before departing for one of the five tracks:

Written by Suzanne Katz, Posted in JF&CS - Hope and Opportunity Happen Here, Aviv Older Adult Services

01March

Volunteer Spotlight: Allan Tanenbaum

Volunteer Spotlight: Allan Tanenbaum

The Jewish Community is deeply rooted in traditions, customs and values – one of the most important of which is giving to those in need. As Passover approaches, we are reminded of one such practice that reflects this value: Maos Chitim. Literally meaning “money for wheat,” Maos Chitim dates back thousands of years. It exists to provide food for Passover to those in need. Tradition dictates that Maos Chitim is different from Tzedakah in that it is not merely a mitzvah, but rather an obligation of the community to help all Jewish families celebrate Passover.

Written by Matt Waldman, Posted in JF&CS - Hope and Opportunity Happen Here, Volunteer Services

29February

My Day of Smiles… Why I Volunteer at the Larry Bregman M.D. Educational Conference

My Day of Smiles… Why I Volunteer at the Larry Bregman M.D. Educational Conference

The Larry Bregman, M.D., Educational Conference is a two-day conference for adults with developmental disabilities, their families and caregivers. It is one of the many events planned in February as a part of Jewish Disabilities Awareness Month. The first evening features a dance for the participants, followed by the second day filled with workshops. The workshops emphasize topics such as being part of the community, being a self-advocate and living a healthy lifestyle. This year’s conference, themed “Avenues of Change,” took place February 25-26 at the Selig Center. More than 250 people attended with the help of 50+ volunteers.

Written by Marla Shainberg, Posted in JF&CS - Hope and Opportunity Happen Here, Developmental Disabilities Services, Volunteer Services

21February

Blog Series: Tools For Leaders - Session 2

Blog Series: Tools For Leaders - Session 2

“What would we like to change in our community if we could”? This thought-provoking question was how we began our second session. The answers that followed included some of the following remarks: more of a sense of community, more involvement by younger generations, environmentally friendly, collaboration and civic advocacy. I am hopeful that each of us will continue to strive to make our community a better place.

Written by Sheri Kornblum, Posted in JF&CS - Hope and Opportunity Happen Here, Aviv Older Adult Services, Volunteer Services

14February

When a Month Just Isn't Enough

When a Month Just Isn't Enough

February is Jewish Disabilities Awareness Month (JDAM). We are pleased to share a blog post from Deborah Greene, wife of Rabbi Fred Greene of Temple Beth Tikvah and the mother of three daughters, the oldest of whom has autism. Deborah is devoted to raising autism awareness, and she shares her family's life on the autism spectrum in “Puzzled: Raising a Child with Autism & Other Pieces of Family Life.” We found her story to be extremely poignant, and we are honored she agreed to be a guest blogger for “The Sharpest Tools in the Shed.”

JF&CS is dedicated to supporting our clients and their families with disabilities, and we are touched  by Deborah’s meaningful words. Even if you are not Jewish, we believe you will find her words meaningful as well.

Written by Deborah Greene, Posted in JF&CS - Hope and Opportunity Happen Here, Developmental Disabilities Services

31January

Volunteer Spotlight: Marla Shainberg

Volunteer Spotlight: Marla Shainberg

JF&CS volunteers have been instrumental to the success of so many of our programs. Each year, they dedicate hours upon hours of their time to meetings, projects, programs and events. This comes from a drive and desire to make a positive impact on the community and to help provide a range of services to those who need them. Marla Shainberg is a shining example of this commitment to JF&CS and the community.

Written by Matt Waldman, Posted in JF&CS - Hope and Opportunity Happen Here, Developmental Disabilities Services, Volunteer Services

31January

Blog Series: Tools For Leaders

Blog Series: Tools For Leaders

Tools for Leaders is an interactive and dynamic learning series designed to engage individuals who have shown leadership at JF&CS or elsewhere in the community who may be interested in greater leadership opportunities within our agency. Tools for Leaders provides the opportunity for participants to gain more in-depth knowledge of the agency’s programs, offers networking and leadership skill-building opportunities, and encourages participants to explore their future volunteer and leadership path at JF&CS. Our 2012 program kicked off on January 18, and we are very excited that Sheri Kornblum is going to be sharing her experiences in the program through our blog.

Written by Sheri Kornblum, Posted in JF&CS - Hope and Opportunity Happen Here, Volunteer Services

18January

Addressing Bullying Head On

Addressing Bullying Head On

For parents, it is one of the greatest nightmares: someone harming their child, physically or emotionally. Imagine the nightmare the child endures.

Kayla*, 13 years old, was teased repeatedly for her appearance. Her peers and even adults ignored or dismissed the open harassment. She became withdrawn at home and started to talk about how her family would be better off without her. But she didn’t want to be identified to school authorities for fear of further retaliation.

Written by Sheri Panovka, Posted in Child & Adolescent Services

04January

NORC Bids Farewell to Barbara Rosenberg

NORC Bids Farewell to Barbara Rosenberg

On December 31, 2011, JF&CS said goodbye to one of most faithful and long-standing employees, when Barbara Rosenberg retired after 22 years of incredible service.  Her outstanding achievements have positioned JF&CS’ NORC (Naturally Occurring Retirement Community) program and older adult services as one of the leading programs available for older adults in the State of Georgia.

Posted in JF&CS - Hope and Opportunity Happen Here, Aviv Older Adult Services

04January

Volunteer Spotlight: Cara Gurney

Volunteer Spotlight: Cara Gurney

January is National Mentoring Month. So if you ever thought about being a mentor – or even if you haven’t – now is the perfect time. And JF&CS has the perfect opportunity to be one. We call it being a PAL.

A PAL is a loving Jewish adult volunteer who shares a one-to-one mentoring relationship with a child in need of a role model. Big PALs provide friendship and support, and make a huge difference in the lives of their little PALs – and vice versa.

Written by Matt Waldman, Posted in Child & Adolescent Services, Volunteer Services

15December

Keeping Communication Lines Open over the Holidays

Keeping Communication Lines Open over the Holidays

The holiday season is approaching, and while each family celebrates differently, most of us have one thing in common: added stress. While we all love this time of year – feasts, celebrations, gifts, vacations and time with family – the reality is, all the preparations for big meals, shopping for gifts, time spent in airport lines or traffic, and lots of time with lots of family – not to mention the change in routines and schedules – can bring some challenges. Communicating effectively with your family is a great way to ensure for a smoother and happier holiday season. Here are some tips on communication:

Written by Elisheva Funk, Posted in Child & Adolescent Services, Counseling Services

08December

15 Things I've Learned About the Great Recession

15 Things I've Learned About the Great Recession

For the past two years I have facilitated a Job Seekers Support Group and heard amazing stories of what people have encountered and endured in these trying economic times. I am truly touched by what these different people have taught me and I have compiled their lessons in the list below.

Written by Betsy Frasier, Posted in Career Services, Counseling Services

30November

Volunteer Spotlight: Annette Marcus

Volunteer Spotlight: Annette Marcus

JF&CS volunteers affect the lives of others in countless ways, through a number of different channels. Annette Marcus is precisely this type of volunteer - dedicated, dynamic and a natural leader. She has been very involved with JF&CS over the years, and her most recent role as a member of our synagogue affinity group for Caring Committee chairs has enabled her to help synagogues, JF&CS and community members in meaningful ways.

Written by Matt Waldman, Posted in Counseling Services, Volunteer Services

15November

November is American Diabetes Month

November is American Diabetes Month

November is American Diabetes Month, a time to raise awareness of diabetes prevention and control. In the United States, 24 million people are living with diabetes and 57 million more are at risk of developing type 2 diabetes. Over time, if it’s not controlled, type 2 diabetes can cause serious health problems like heart disease, stroke and blindness.

Written by Melissa Nodvin, Posted in JF&CS - Hope and Opportunity Happen Here

15November

Don’t Forget… to Exercise your Brain: Know the Risk Factors for Alzheimer’s Disease

Don’t Forget… to Exercise your Brain: Know the Risk Factors for Alzheimer’s Disease

November is Alzheimer’s Disease Awareness Month, and November 15th is National Memory Screening Day.

Research suggests lifestyle changes can reduce risk for dementia. A new, theoretical analysis finds that about half of the risk factors for Alzheimer's disease are potentially changeable, and that reducing them could substantially decrease the number of new cases of disease worldwide. Similar to the idea that joint health starts with physical exercise to keep your muscles strong, brain health starts with social and mental exercise to reduce stress, strengthen brain cells and the connections between them, and possibly even create new nerve cells.

Written by Sarah Howell, Posted in Aviv Older Adult Services

07November

Get screened for Jewish genes!

Why it’s so important to get tested for genetic diseases

Get screened for Jewish genes!

On Nov. 13th, the Atlanta Jewish Gene Screen (AJGS), a community partner of JF&CS and sponsor of VIA (Volunteers in Action) , is holding a community-wide genetic screening. JF&CS strongly supports the mission of AJGS and we invited Nancy Citrin, AJGS Project Manager, to contribute to our blog this week. We hope you find AJGS to be a valuable resource and share this information with friends, colleagues, neighbors and loved ones.

Written by Nancy Citrin, Posted in JF&CS - Hope and Opportunity Happen Here, Counseling Services

03November

A Child’s Perspective on Divorce

A Child’s Perspective on Divorce

Every week I see children in my office who are affected by divorce. They sit on my couch or bean bag and try to make sense of their new reality. Conflicting emotions of sadness, anger, anxiety and even relief swim in their head as they seek answers to their questions. During the initial stages of the divorce, it is common for children to be anxious about the unknown, such as when they will be with mom or with dad and how they will celebrate the holidays. But over time their concerns usually abate. According to the National Institute for Mental Health, between 75 percent and 80 percent of children learn how to manage their feelings about the divorce and adjust well to their new circumstances.

Written by Elisheva Funk, Posted in Child & Adolescent Services, Counseling Services

28October

Volunteer Spotlight: Carol Harris Glickman

Volunteer Spotlight: Carol Harris Glickman

Sometimes we do not realize how much we may take for granted in our day-to-day lives.  Carol Harris Glickman, a volunteer with our Refugee Resettlement program, has been able to see and experience that first hand with the refugee family she and her daughters assist. The Refugee Resettlement program, part of our International Services - Tools for New Americans division, helps families new to the United States transition to a new life so far from home as smoothly as possible.

Written by Matt Waldman, Posted in International Services, Volunteer Services

27October

60 miles, 3 days... I did that!

60 miles, 3 days... I did that!

October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month.  We are so proud of Denise Deitchman, JF&CS Manager of Volunteer Development who participated in the Susan G. Komen 3-Day for the Cure the weekend of October 21-23.  These are her reflections on why she walked 60 miles for a cure.

I decided to walk the Susan G Komen 3-Day for a Cure in 2006 because it was always something on my bucket list. I thought it would be a great physical challenge, as well as inspirational, and I signed up with a few friends to do the walk. At the time, breast cancer didn’t really affect me personally, but I still wanted to help the cause.

Written by Denise Deitchman, Posted in JF&CS - Hope and Opportunity Happen Here, Volunteer Services

12October

Mental Illness Doesn’t Discriminate, So Why Do We?

Mental Illness Doesn’t Discriminate, So Why Do We?

Throughout October, we are acknowledging Mental Illnesses Awareness, which is dedicated to  helping remove the extreme stigma that surrounds it. The days of ushering the mentally ill off to institutions more closely resembling prisons than hospitals are over. Today, we all know a neighbor, a friend, a veteran or a grandmother who struggles with his or her mental health.

 

Written by Nikki Bagli, Posted in Counseling Services

06October

October is National Domestic Violence Awareness Month

October is National Domestic Violence Awareness Month

October is National Domestic Violence Awareness month, symbolized by the purple ribbon. The prevalence and ramifications of domestic violence are staggering.

Here are some facts you should know about domestic violence:

  • One in four women will experience domestic violence in her lifetime.
  • A woman is physically abused every nine seconds in the United States. Three women on average die every day as a result of domestic violence in America
  • Nearly three out of four Americans personally know someone who has been a victim of domestic violence.

Written by Alicia Simoni, Wendy Lipshutz, Posted in Counseling Services

28September

Volunteer Spotlight: Toby Bloomberg

Volunteer Spotlight: Toby Bloomberg

When you surf through JF&CS’s exciting new social media tools (this blog included!), you’ll find the innovative and creative influence of Toby Bloomberg. Toby is currently co-chair of the Social Media ad hoc subcommittee of our Marketing Committee. Her path to this role has taken her from volunteer to consultant and back again over the last year.  As we developed JF&CS’ social media strategy, she played an instrumental role.

Written by Matt Waldman, Posted in Volunteer Services

27September

Shana Tova from JF&CS: Wishing you a Happy and Healthy 5772!

Shana Tova from JF&CS: Wishing you a Happy and Healthy 5772!

Wednesday night begins the celebration of the Jewish New Year, Rosh Hashanah.  Members of our community will spend the next 2 days observing the holiday in a variety of ways.  Some will attend services at their synagogue, we may spend time with family and friends, perhaps enjoying a festive meal.  Many of us will take this opportunity to reflect on the past year and think ahead to the year to come.  We are pleased to share some remarks from Rabbi Peter Berg of The Temple (and a member of the JF&CS Board of Directors) and Rabbi Neil Sandler of Ahavath Achim Synagogue (and president of the Atlanta Rabbinical Association) which speak to the work we do to help support our community.

Written by Rabbi Neil Sandler, Rabbi Peter Berg, Posted in JF&CS - Hope and Opportunity Happen Here

21September

You Can Go to Italy, I’d Rather Visit Holland

The Gift of Working with Extraordinary People

You Can Go to Italy, I’d Rather Visit Holland

September is Direct Support Professionals month. We are grateful for all of those workers who care for extraordinary people who may need a little extra help. Thank you for all that you do!

Most people involved in the disability culture are familiar with the essay “Welcome to Holland.” The essay, written in 1987 by Emily Perl Kingsley in, the mother of a child with Down Syndrome, sheds light from the perspective of a parent whose child has special needs:

Written by Rena Harris, Posted in Developmental Disabilities Services

09September

Making Meaning and Finding Solace: Remembering 9-11

Making Meaning and Finding Solace: Remembering 9-11

As we approach the tenth anniversary of the most destructive act of terrorism to take place on American soil, it will be natural for most Americans to recall where they were on September 11, 2001.  Undeniably, 9-11 is a new generation’s somber equivalent to the John F. Kennedy assassination, the events of which are indelibly etched in the memories of those who experienced it.

Written by Betsy Frasier, Posted in Counseling Services

31August

Volunteer Spotlight: Rachel Selber Kropp

Volunteer Spotlight: Rachel Selber Kropp

If you have been job hunting and have attended our career workshops, you might have met Rachel Selber Kropp. Rachel is one of the workshop facilitators for Career Services – Tools for Employment, leading mostly the job search skills workshop but also at times resume-writing and interviewing skills. She also runs the LinkedIn and online networking classes at JF&CS and some of the synagogues in our outreach program.

Written by Sheri Panovka, Posted in Career Services, Volunteer Services

30August

How to Help Your Student Start the School Year Off Right

How to Help Your Student Start the School Year Off Right

As the school year starts, so do daily opportunities to help your children develop strong independence and self-reliance in their organization, time management, self-monitoring and planning skills. These “executive functioning” skills are a key to success in middle and high school and are being tapped more and more in later elementary grades. For some of us, this pulls on an area that we ourselves have weaknesses in. Building and exercising these skills will help at any age. Here are a few suggestions I offer the parents who come to see me with their children:

Written by Lori Wilson, Posted in Child & Adolescent Services

29August

JF&CS Launches "The Sharpest Tools in the Shed"

JF&CS Launches

Welcome to The Sharpest Tools in the Shed - JF&CS' blog. We’re very excited to have a new channel of communication with our community and hope you find it both interesting and informative.

Written by Gary Miller, Posted in JF&CS - Hope and Opportunity Happen Here

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