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Amazing Plates Found at our Thrift Store!

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COLLECTOR’S CORNER By Florida Weekly Staff on July 15, 2020 Scott SIMMONS ssimmons@floridaweekly.com Lending context to a pair of 200 year old plates I found something that may be 200 years old recently at a thrift store. That’s right — 200 years old. Think about it: John Adams and Thomas Jefferson may have been alive …

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We Stand United

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Our country is seething with hurt, pain and anger over the senseless killing of George Floyd, Ahmaud Arbery, Breonna Taylor and other people of color in our country. Certainly, issues of race and racism have been with us as a nation since our founding. The fight for “civil rights” in our more recent past has, apparently, …

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The Lord’s Place – A Social Impact Agency

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“The Lord’s Place advancement director says: We are no longer a non-profit; we are a social impact agency. We are no longer raising $8 million, we are raising $12.5 million and simultaneously executing a $20  million campaign to expand our programs and services, increase our housing inventory, and sustain our agency.” Click here to read …

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The Lord’s Place – Remaining Hopeful and Client-Centered

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The Lord’s Place, a social impact agency, which provides housing and services to those who are homeless in Palm Beach County, shares the tremendous concern about the spread and management of COVID-19, the novel coronavirus. We are taking every precaution possible, recommended by healthcare experts, to ensure the safety, good health and well-being of our …

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