Because that is what it is going to take,” she said. “Dont get down, because it really is no picnic. You have to keep your spirits up.” Evans said every female needs to have to be tested for the gene. “Because that is one thing that I didn’t do, get tested for the gene,” she said. “My sister told me that she was the one that carried the gene, so I didn’t even think about getting that test done. And here I am, fighting, and I will fight.” About BCFO The Breast Cancer Foundation of the Ozarks is a resource for individuals and families in Southwest Missouri who are impacted by breast cancer. The foundation offers personal support and comfort in real and practical ways, providing support networks, mentor programs, a full range of resources regarding breast cancer awareness, diagnosis and treatment where to find related community services and more. Each year, fundraisers have been held both in the Joplin, Springfield areas and even in Seneca. For more information, call Kristi Seibert at 417-434-2200. By Todd G. Higdon Neosho Daily News – Neosho, MO By Todd G.
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We encourage any job seekers to come out to the fair dressed with the resumes and in clothing appropriate for an interview. http://justlillianortiz.techno-rebels.com/2016/08/06/the-opportunities-in-finding-key-factors-for-vocation/With our Job Fair, we are proud that our employers are face-to-face with employees and that does not happen very often because of technology and then they can go upstairs where they can apply for the job; job seekers will be hired through this fair. A bevy of employers from the area have already signed up to be a part of the Job Fair including Academy, Sams Club, the New Caney Independent School District, Splendora ISD, US Army, Longhorn Steakhouse, Whataburger and YMCA. This Job Fair will provide an opportunity for all skill levels from a Doctorate to entry level and everything in between, Dickson said. The employers at our Job Fair want to be there and provide opportunities for job seekers in our communities. For any job seekers who do not have proper attire, we encourage them to call us and we will provide them with the proper attire. We are most helping people when we can help move them to move into a career and a self-sustaining lifestyle. People become better role models for their children, and our community becomes a better place to live. The free Job Fair will be held at the RB Tullis Library located at 21569 Hwy 59 North located between EMCID and New Caney ISD Administration Building on Thursday, Aug. 4. If job seekers need professional attire, please call 281-354-1200, ext 204, or email firstname.lastname@example.org They will provide a light lunch and a table with chairs for convenience. Mission Northeast is a nonprofit organization that serves over 800 square miles and 11 zip codes.
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