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You asked for it! We’ve got it. The 2018 Regional Teen Human Rights Symposium will provide a full-day of human rights education to secondary students ages 13-19 (some exceptions made) and interested in deepening their understanding of human rights history and humanitarian issues today.
The Program has three primary goals:
Develop students’ understanding of the complexities of history, empower students to be leaders in their communities who support human rights and genocide prevention, and to provide examples of past and current role models who have made a difference in their communities and the world.
This Teen Human Rights Symposium will reduce hatred and open dialog for more compassionate youth and young adult citizenship. Students will have a better understanding of human rights, will gain confidence to speak out against bullying and hateful actions, and can infuse an open acceptance of culture and diversity in their communities. We expect students will become more compassionate human beings and develop and share more meaningful relationships on school campuses and in the world around them.
Share stories of remembrance over brunch and receive a special keepsake to honor your loved one. Call to RSVP 208-772-7994 or at www.hospiceofnorthidaho.org/news/
Are you caring for someone who is chronically ill or aged and needs extra support? Do you see your role as a caregiver increasing? Journey though caregiving, its challenges, lessons, and its unique grief. Join Kaylee Kron, Bereavement Counselor and Maggie McComb, Hospice Nurse once a month along with other caregivers to share your experience, get insight from fellow caregivers, and gain skills to help you along your caregiving journey. This support group is ongoing (third Wednesday of each month), open to the public and free of charge.
Register, free with Kaylee Kron, Bereavement Counselor, firstname.lastname@example.org
2nd Annual DOGFEST NORTH IDAHO – “Give a Dog a Job” benefiting Canine Companions for Independence and the mission of providing highly trained assistance dogs to people with disabilities….free of charge! Grab a leash and bring your dog, family and friends to this fun, community event and festival… all for the love of dogs! Enjoy crazy canine games, contests, dog demos, inspiring speakers, music, food and great fun! Fundraising encoura