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Pennsylvania Trolley Museum


Talking About the Trolley Museum

October 25, 2020 | By Barrie Baker | Pennsylvania Trolley Museum

I find work at the Museum to be very rewarding. I feel I have touched lives by answering visitor questions and showing visitors how times have changed.

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A Continuum of Care

October 25, 2020 | By Ray Spence | Presbyterian SeniorCare

I never knew Bingo was a contact sport until I began calling it two years ago. The residents in assisted living are not just old people. They led fascinating lives and are living history books for those who care enough to listen.

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Legal Aid for All

October 25, 2020 | By Mary Bates | Southwestern Pennsylvania Legal Services

I have previously served as a court-appointed attorney for the low-income, as a member of my firms’ pro bono committees and of the Christian Legal Society, and my service at SPLS has given me the opportunity to continue and expand that mission.

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October 25, 2020 | By SPHS CARE Center | SPHS CARE Center

Capri asserts that STTARS provided a concrete opportunity for her to connect with the Washington community. Her involvement has helped her to improve actionable skills for serving other people, and to act on core values related to improving the quality of life for survivors by empowering them to take steps toward recovery.

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The Dedication of Many

October 25, 2020 | By Karen Sarkis and TRPIL | TRPIL

It is consistently my great pleasure to work on the 5K Walk*Run*Roll with TRPIL and on the Capital Campaign committee. My sister has a disability and that is why am so passionate about TRPIL and the work it does! I have met many of TRPIL’s staff, who have disabilities, and appreciate their dedication to their work.

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The Village: More Than Childcare

October 25, 2020 | By Alex Lere | Village of FPC

I was not prepared for the summer of my sophomore year, the week before classes would start, when I would find that I was pregnant. “Your test came back positive,” my nurse said. Suddenly, I had a high pitched ringing in my ears, and the edges of my vision were now black and fuzzy. My heart was sinking in my chest. Although my vision was not clear to me in my state of shock, the one thing that was explicit was that I would not be able to finish my undergraduate degree and pursue my dream of being an OB/GYN care provider.

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