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Entries Tagged as 'children'

Origami exercise improves students’ understanding of math, science

April 30th, 2010 · No Comments · Education

By Brett Ashley Hawkins Editorial Intern Dramatic Results, an award-winning educational agency based in Signal Hill, set its sights on Hamilton Middle School’s self-contained sixth-grade class last week to provide struggling students a relatable approach to math and science. The agency has helped more than 17,000 students throughout Long Beach and Compton’s public schools in […]

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Pythias organizes book drive for childen’s charities

April 30th, 2010 · No Comments · News

For the last ten years, children’s literacy has been an important part of the community services agenda of the Lakewood/Long Beach Knights of Pythias, which last year collected and distributed more than 50,000 children’s books. From May 1 through June 1, the Knights, through its Children’s Charities program, and the Long Beach Public Library will […]

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Nonprofit hosts art-making session to raise funds for kids’ programs

April 23rd, 2010 · No Comments · Art, Arts

The public can experience hands-on art making with family and friends at Dramatic Results’ Second Annual Open House on Wednesday, April 28 from 4pm to 8pm at the nonprofit’s art studios at 3308 Lime Ave. The event will include art activities for the whole family, including basket making, painting, shell drilling for jewelry and origami, […]

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Miller Hospital teaming with Kohl’s to keep kids safe

April 16th, 2010 · No Comments · Safety

Miller Children’s Hospital Long Beach (MCHLB) has teamed up with Kohl’s department stores for an ongoing childhood safety initiative to help prevent accidents that result in many serious injuries and hospitalizations. The “Keeping Kids Safe with Kohl’s” program at MCHLB provides education to children and parents on passenger, bicycle and pedestrian safety. One-hundred percent of […]

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Helping babies reach their first birthday

April 16th, 2010 · No Comments · Commentary

By Vivian J. Malauulu One of the hardest things in life is, without a doubt, dealing with the passing of one’s infant. The worst nightmare for all parents is for their children to precede them in death. Very few people can easily bounce back from such a tragedy, and even fewer can bounce back even […]

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