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  • Swot Analysis Of Mazzetti's

    the bakery donates financially to, as well as caters the breakfast and dinner, for the “Devil’s Slide Ride” which supports PARCA, an organization that works to help improve the lives of the developmentally-disabled and their families in San Mateo County. Additionally, Mazzetti’s has helped with many school fundraisers and sponsored local sports teams, furthering their visibility and giving back to the community. Some of Mazzetti’s best marketing comes from the bakery’s numerous awards, as they…

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  • The Role Of Homelessness In The Community

    There are a lot of homeless people in our society today; there are all kind of races and ethics. Many of them are veterans that come home from war and lost everything that they had. Some communities try and help the homeless as much as they can but you never know who is actually homeless or not. Every exit that you get off at there will most likely be someone sitting there with a sign homeless anything helps. You want to give something to them but then you think do they really need it. The…

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  • Arrowhead Regional Medical Center Case Study

    Its biggest competitor is Kaiser Permanente Fontana Medical Center (KPFMC), which is number one in the SB County area. However, due to high level of Medi-cal patients in the area, ARMC is always busy. ARMC serves 80% of IEHP patients which other healthcare entities like KPMC and LLUMC do not cater to. This is due to low reimbursement rates per patient. On average…

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  • Youth Participation Barriers

    Community leaders should also be aware of the barriers that prevent youth involvement, and develop strategies to avoid or effectively handle these obstacles – should they present. Researchers have found that there are three major barriers that affect youth participation. The first barrier is manipulation – youth do not want to feel like the adult leaders are attempting to manipulate them by educating them on community development, rather than engaging them in the process. Secondly, youth do…

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  • Community Nursing

    Community health nursing and family nursing share a very close relationship. Community health services help both the individual and the family unity. Any nurse working in a community health center of any type will find him or herself often educating the patient along with their family members. In Miami, FL there are a number of different types of community health centers. These include but are not limited to home health care, community health clinics, and the public health department. These…

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  • Indian River Hundred Speck Summary

    Nevertheless, Speck’s arrival in Indian River Hundred proved particularly fortuitous for the Nanticoke, who were at the time facing new challenges to their collective identity. Despite the 1881 law that established a tripartite school system, the county appointed a black teacher to work at the Warwick School in the 1910s and several black children were enrolled soon after. A group of Nanticoke responded unfavorably to these turn of events. After withdrawing their children from the Warwick…

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  • Wyoming Stock Growers Analysis

    in the history of Wyoming” This historic event focused on Johnson County and the city of Buffalo,…

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  • Pompano Beach Disasters

    In Miami, sustained winds reached 60 mph (97 km/h), shattering plate-glass windows and interrupting electrical and telegraph services.[26] The Florida East Coast Railway Station in Hallandale Beach was nearly destroyed. Windows and roofs were damaged in Hollywood and Fort Lauderdale, but damage was minor overall.[11] At the latter, the storm also downed power lines, telephone wires,[27] and trees, and destroyed car garages.[26] The storm left two fatalities in the city.[28] In Pompano Beach, the…

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  • St. Louis Urban Settlement Case Study

    with at the time of the 1917 plan was the growth of factories and industry in the area (Bartholomew 1917, xviii). This growth in factories led to air pollution, and gave reason for residents of St. Louis city to move to the outer regions of St. Louis County (Bartholomew 1917, xviii). The move of city residents caused areas within the city to become abandoned, and caused a detrimental decrease in the depreciation of property values (Bartholomew 1917, xviii). Harland Bartholomew highlighted the…

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  • Santa Monica

    Santa Monica’s politics are largely progressive and they translate to the types of people (such as artists) and businesses who call the city home. One resident says Santa Monica is what happens when “hippies get rich”. Thus, there are many upsides to living and working in this community. Primarily, the various government departments and social agencies, which make up some of the fabric and networks of this community, are plentiful and available. In addition, the city’s economy is strong,…

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