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  • Case Study: The Boys And Girls Club Of Greater Salem

    The Boys and Girls Club of Greater Salem (BGCGS) is a nonprofit organization which provides children of all ages a safe and positive place where numerous programs enable the children to reach their fullest potential. BGCGS operates with a strong understanding of what children need in order to succeed. For instance, all programs and activities are created to foster key competencies essential for youth to succeed, such as educational, social, emotional, cultural, health and well-being, positive…

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  • Solutions To End Homelessness Essay

    The Search for Solutions to end Homelessness Each day, the typical person goes through the same set routine of waking up early from an annoying alarm clock, getting ready, and commuting off to their destinations. On this commute, one most likely passes several people lingering on the side of the road with tarnished cardboard signs, pleading for money and a better chance at life. Some commuters even go as far as to give money to these individuals, however most just ignore them…

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  • Palm Beach County: A Case Study

    Introduction The context for the writer is VITAS Healthcare in Palm Beach County. The Palm Beach Program is part of a national for profit Hospice. The Context provides medical, emotional, and spiritual care to individual sand their families at the end of life. This paper provided a brief historical description of VITAS, information about VITAS in Palm Beach County, and the description of Palm Beach County. Historical Descriptions VITAS was founded in 1978 as Hospice Care Inc., a one of…

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  • Treasure Island Research Paper

    Day 1: We woke up at 5:00 am in the morning so we could check in to the Paradise Pier at Disneyland and took the I-5 freeway. There was a bit of traffic so we didn't arrive until 7:30 am. We went straight into the park and had fun. We had to get up early the next morning so we had Jack-in-the-Box and went straight to bed. Day 2: We set off for universal studios the next day after we checked out of the paradise pier at 6:00 am. Although it was only 35.6 miles we wanted to get there early so we…

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  • Analysis: The Orchid Thief

    stresses” (pg. 150-151). I believe that the Florida, as is, would go down in flames because we have no mass urban transport that connects main cities in Florida; people would not be able to go anywhere outside of their direct area without a car. Bicycles would work in more urban areas but Florida also has a large amount of suburban and…

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  • The Dangers Of Snakebites

    Afterwards, position the patient with the wound below the heart. You have to ensure that the victim rests and calmed down to be able to keep the venom from spreading. Cover the wound with a sterile bandage, remove any jewelry from the snake bite area or perhaps get rid the shoes if the foot were…

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  • An Essay About Burmese Pythons

    Python Essay (Argumentative) Vicious Burmese Pythons are roaming the Everglades and affecting them in various ways… But how much more are they capable of? Although these reptiles have no toxic venom, they are quite clever at killing and causing some animals to go extinct. Other reasons include tricking residents to adopt them with their gaudy skin patterns and changing the ecosystems. But is there any solution to these sagas of problems? To begin with, Burmese Pythons are roaming…

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  • Burmese Pythons In The Everglades

    The Burmese Pythons in The Everglades Have you heard about Burmese pythons? These snakes may be pretty cool to you at first. Once they get too big you might not know what to do with them. In addition, more and more people have decided to release these snakes in the wild, which has become a problem. In the Florida Everglades this is an issue due to tens of thousands of snakes that are trying to survive. However, this is negatively affecting the ecosystem. Burmese pythons have altered the…

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  • The Big Thirst: The Secret Life And Turbulent Future Of Water By Charles Fishman

    much of the damage had been done they turned toward water recycling. Later in the book Charles Fishman informs the audience that in Toowoomba, Australia the flood killed over twenty people and cost about a billion in damage to the overall area Toowoomba and areas nearby (316). Australia went from a drought that was deadly to a flood that killed not only a mother and son but also others. Robin Kundis Craig, the author of the article “Water Supply, Desalination, Climate Change, and Energy Policy”,…

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  • Persuasive Essay On Las Vegas Gambling

    Known as the gambling capital of the world, it 's no surprise that Las Vegas is infested with issues that come with such a title. Las Vegas thrives on attracting tourists to come over for the weekend and spend all their hard-earned money at the slot machines and poker tables conveniently placed around everywhere around the Strip. Gambling is not just monopolized on the Strip, though; it can be found all throughout the city. Locals are greeted with the oh so familiar sound of a slot machine being…

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