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Friday March 7, 2014 — 11:25 AM
New Training Added:
- Managing Weeds in Pastures-Tuesday, March 25 7:00pm Please RSVP
- Food Safety Manual Training in Leon April 4th.
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Friday March 7, 2014 — 11:20 AM
Pretty Girl Talk is 3/14/14. Girls 6th-12th grade sign up today. Forms at JMHS front office.
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Rural communities are often dependent on one or a limited few industries or institutions for the majority of their jobs. Layoffs due to hard times or other corporate decisions can have a crippling effect on area residents and locales.
Local economies that are diversified reduce vulnerabilities to unexpected developments. They also gain opportunities for economic growth … more variety of job choices … and greater ability to meet the needs of local consumers.
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With the big game just around the corner, many individuals are gearing up to host get together in celebration of the day. Nothing can spoil the fun faster than spoiled food and sick party guest. “CDC estimates that each year roughly 1 in 6 Americans (or 48 million people) get sick, 128,000 are hospitalized, and 3,000 die of foodborne diseases,” (Center for Disease Control, 2014). Robert Scharff of Ohio State University estimates the average cost per case of foodborne illness is $1626.00.
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When taxpayer use VITA everyone wins!
The Federal Government saves money due to increases in electronic filings and reduced error. Local economics benefit because taxpayers receive their entire refund to spend in the communities where they live and work. Low to moderate income taxpayers save on return preparation fees, receive high quality service, access to e-file and direct deposit thanks to the help of Internal Revenue Service (IRS) trained and certified volunteers.
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