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    Youth Outlook is a great resource Contact: Carolyn Washlskog, LCSW, Director of Operations and Programs carolyn.wahlskog@youth-outlook.org 331-248-2098 www.youth-outlook.org ------------------------------ Sarah Carr Recreation Supervisor Pleasant Dale ...

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    Does anyone use a CRM platform they'd recommend? We are looking to automate emails and text messages to potential new members for our recreation center. We've been looking at fitness-related platforms as well as general CRM software. Any insight is appreciated! ...

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    Our after school program has been noticing a reoccurring topic of discussion about LGBTQ + Youth. Does anyone have any resources they use to help train staff on this topic? Please feel free to send them directly to me at jtompkins@woodridgeparks.org. ...

  • Don't miss next Thursday's FPC Section Meeting and Learning Lab! REGISTER HERE Timeline:  2:00 - 2:30pm:  FPC Section Meeting 2:30 - 3:30pm:  Learning Lab: Harvesting Native Seed for Ecological Restoration "Harvesting Native Seed for Ecological ...

  • Hello team, I am searching for a sample specification for removal of invasive species in a woodland. We want to remove Buckthorn and Honeysuckle with a forestry cutter and use Glyphosate treatments through a contracted firm. Is anyone able to share ...

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