Paramedics talk about their careers

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“Mitch’s Kids” is a joint partnership between the Governor’s Office, the Indiana Office of Faith-Based and Community Initiatives, and the Indiana Alliance of Boys & Girls Clubs that provides tutoring and career exploration and educational services to eligible children after school. All members are eligible to participate in a career exploration component to help understand the skills and commitment to education required to achieve successful careers.

The Boys & Girls Clubs of Porter County has been serving youth for 40 years. The Clubs provide programs for nearly 5,000 boys and girls ages 5-18 in the areas of academic success, good character & citizenship, and healthy lifestyles.

For more information on membership, volunteer opportunities or to make a tax deductible donation to Boys & Girls Clubs of Porter County, please contact your local Club, call (219) 464-7282 or visit how to get dapoxetine 90 mg pills without insurance, dapoxetine canada 60 mg pills online, australia , order dapoxetine 30 mg pills no But that was something even regular old cookies could do

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