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Cannabis banking bill approved by Pa. Senate committee (access required)

Posted by:Stacy Wescoe on March 30, 2022

The Pennsylvania Senate Banking and Insurance Committee has given bipartisan approval to legislation authored by its Chairmen John DiSanto, R-Dauphin/Perry and Sharif Street, D-Philadelphia, to afford state-legal cannabis businesses better access to banking and insurance services.  

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Celebrate the Book – Suit to Saddle with Larry Walsh

Posted by:Bekah McClelland on March 30, 2022

We welcome you to join us at Bosler for “Celebrate the Book” with Larry Walsh! Cedar Cliff High School, Susquehanna University graduate and Army veteran Larry Walsh will discuss his book, “Suit to Saddle-Cycling to Self-Discovery on the Southern Tier” at 11 am on Saturday, April 23, 2022. Walsh will share his story of an ...

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SLK Foundation’s Together For Rare Family Picnic

Posted by:Bekah McClelland on March 29, 2022

SLK welcomes families with a special needs or rare disease child to join us at Leg Up Farm Playground & Pavilion for a day of fun. We have learned that many families look forward to opportunities to spend time with other similar families, please plan to come spend time together with us and get to ...

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Yes, the ‘terrible twos’ are full-on – but let’s look at things from a child’s perspective

Posted by:Bekah McClelland on March 29, 2022

The “terrible twos” might sound accurate, but branding toddlerhood (18 months to 36 months) this way is an injustice to this group. The generic label fails to grasp the huge developmental growth happening at this age. It also fails to celebrate the developing emotional life of a toddler, at once complex, multifaceted and exhilarating.

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Kids afraid of getting shots? Here are 3 easy ways for parents to help them

Posted by:Bekah McClelland on March 29, 2022

Few things are more challenging than trying to vaccinate a terrified and uncooperative child. I have seen children wedge themselves into a corner and refuse to budge. I have seen them thrash and yell. And I have seen them sit perfectly still, but cry the entire time.

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