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Bring Awareness, Win a prize!

October is Domestic Violence & Breast Cancer Awareness Month.Please share with us why you support bringing awareness to domestic violence and/or breast cancer. -Native American women have the highest rates of domestic violence and intimate partner violence. -Breast cancer is the 2nd leading cause of cancer death for Native American women. By contributing you are entered for a chance to win a Walmart gift card. 3 Winners will be chosen: 1st- $75 2nd- $50 3rd- $25 Winners will be notified on October 31, 2018.Share your story
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Share Your Story. Win Free Gear!

We are looking for inspirational stories to share on this website. Have you gone through a bad time, depression, bad home life, a bad relationships, homelessness, weight loss/weight gain, alcoholism, domestic violence, substance use or other situation? How did you get through it? What helped you and what did you learn from it? What would tell someone who is going through a similar situation? What would you tell your younger self. What would you like the younger generation to know? What would you tell a senior in high school about life? We want stories that will inspire others. We will not include your name or anything identifying, but we will accept an image if you would like to display one. If you submit a story you will be entered to win a t-shirt or a tote. What's Your Story?
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San Juan Counseling Offering Free Parenting Classes

San Juan Counseling is offering a fun free class for parents and caregivers of children and teens. Starting Tuesday, January 23rd.The class will be held every Tuesday for 10 weeks from 6:00 - 7:30 p.m. at the San Juan Counseling office (735 S. 200 W. Suite 1 Blanding, UT). No advance notice is necessary. Just appear at the class to begin.For more information contact Ryan Heck at San Juan CounselingEmail: rheck@sanjuancc.orgPhone: (435) 678-2992
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Oh, Shi Heart.

I met Karl for the first time when I babysat his brothers back in junior high, 8th grade to be...More

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