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Hero Club– Week in Review

By The Publisher | September 28, 2019 |

Submitted by Steve Russell — A focus on homework set the tone for our first week at the Hero Club.  With volunteer teachers and para-professionals assisting our members, math and reading became easier to understand.  When homework was completed, enrichment began. Our first week gave members an opportunity to meet local heroes from the Fallon…

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United Way Community Survey

By Editor | May 20, 2019 |

United Way of Northern Nevada and the Sierra (UWNNS) launches the 2019 Community Listening Process and invites communities across Northern Nevada to participate in an online Community Survey (www.uwwnns.org/survey) and in local Community Conversations. Both activities provide community members the opportunity to share what they believe are the important issues facing their community. The courtesy…

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Coalition Youth Summit this Weekend

By Editor | April 30, 2019 |

FALLON, Nevada – Churchill Community Coalition’s Third Annual Youth Summit, “Embracing You”, on May 3rd-5th at the Old High School Pit,  seeks to help youth, and adults working with youth, understand the many facets of their identities and provide them with skills and tools that help them create positive social change. Students may feel that…

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Prescription Drug Medicine Round-Up to be Held April 27th

By Editor | April 23, 2019 |

Submitted by the Churchill Coalition — FALLON, Nev., — The Prescription Drug (Rx) Medicine Round Up is to be held on April 27th from 10am-2pm in the parking lots of CVS, Walgreens and the FPST Senior Center in Fallon. NO Questions Asked —  the collection is strictly to provide safe disposal of medicines.  The roundup…

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Local Grant Funds Available

By The Publisher | March 2, 2019 |

Fallon, Nev., — Churchill Community Coalition is rolling out $92, 344 in grant funds available to local agencies to implement substance abuse prevention activities. These funds are received through the Substance Abuse Prevention and Treatment Agency (SAPTA), a Nevada state agency that exists to administer the federal block grant funds given toe ach state to fight alcohol…

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