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Children In Competitive Sports – Be A Parent First

Our weekends are full of sports. If we aren’t attending our own children’s sports we are most likely fighting the weather in one way shape or form watching our nephews. The kids were able to play baseball together this summer and their dads coached the teams. Once they moved in to the All-Star teams the …

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Buried in Stuff

Children need a lot of stuff. Of course we must provide the basics: food, water, shelter,  but then we add books, movies, toys, clothes, and other “necessities” in our efforts to nurture. The pressure to buy children all of these items comes from every direction and is not only felt by parents, but also friends and family who want to show children they love and care about them through these trinkets.

Tuscarawas County Job and Family Services Needs Your Help!

(New Philadelphia, Ohio) – Across the nation, there are over 437,000 children in foster care.

Doctors Reminded that Sign of Child Abuse is Often Eye Injuries

A recent report by the American Academy of Pediatrics works to remind doctors that signs of child abuse can be slight, ever-changing and are important to saving a child’s life.

Study Analyzes Adverse Effects from Opioids Prescribed to Children

(National) – The American Academy of Pediatrics is sharing information about a recent study focused on opioids prescribed to children.

Ohio Attorney General Calls on Organizations for Innovative Program Ideas to Help Children

The AG is moving forward with a new initiative to help child victims of crime.

Support Coming to Grandparents Raising Grandchildren

(US) – On Monday, July 9th President Donald Trump signed a recently passed Senate bill into law that is designed to help grandparents around the country raising their grandchildren.

Organization Encourages Action to Prevent Heat-Related Death in Children

Every 10 days, across the United States, a child dies from being unattended in a hot car.

Children’s Day

The Village welcomes children of all ages to take part in a day of 18th century fun! From 11:00am – 3:00pm, the young, and young at heart, can enjoy traditional activities and crafts.

Camp Designed for Youth Who Have Experienced Loss

An innovative approach designed to ensure young people who have experienced loss know they are not alone.

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