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I had an awesome experience with Save The Whales! I really enjoyed educating elementary school students from Salinas about water quality, MBNMS, and blue whales! Never a dull moment with this knowledgeable,... more
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I joined in a private fb support group and have also completed my patient survey. This group has pros and cons. Pros : The entire... more »
I'm the Outreach Intern at Andromeda and I have loved it so far. The staff members are all friendly and helpful, they've been... more »
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they pursue a good cause, helping hispanic women with no access to health care to receive prompt care for cancer diagnosis more »
Bridges PCS has been a revelation for our son. He's currently in Kindergarten, and transferred to Bridges in the middle of his... more »
A unique source of what the Arab media discuss in the Arabic language. Enables the world to understand better the Islamic ethics... more »
While this narrative on God and History are very encouraging to explain Georgetown University, for 2011, not one undergraduate... more »
Kingsbury is a center of excellence in education that needs our support. They are a shining beacon of hope in a city whose public... more »
The Hispanic national bar foundation is in no way associated with the Hispanic national bar association. This organization continues... more »
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