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Moving toward integration this holiday season

Moving toward integration this holiday season

By Sonja Wildwood, MA, LPCC clinical therapist for Cambia Hills Originally published December 13, 2016 Republished November 20, 2017   Whether you celebrate Christmas, Kwanzaa, Hanukkah, or otherwise- the end of the year and holiday season can be a lot. It is an...
Day of Unity emphasizes importance of a peaceful community

Day of Unity emphasizes importance of a peaceful community

Day of Unity emphasizes importance of a peaceful community By Mark Nicklawske Posted October 27, 2017 The Pioneers had just downed an amazing 173 three-point shots during the final 15 minutes of a basketball skills session with Marlon Grant in The Hills health and...
What does cyberbullying look like?

What does cyberbullying look like?

By Tom Sewell, Duluth Police Department Cyberbullies use social media, blogs, and texting to harass and spread hurtful messages and pictures about other people. Cyberbullying is in the top five offenses most experienced by young adults. What Does Cyberbullying Look...
Building empathy and compassion in our youth

Building empathy and compassion in our youth

By Sonja Wildwood, MA, LPCC clinical therapist for Cambia Hills Posted October 17, 2017 As we know, for the last several years there has been a push to end bullying especially focused on prevention in our schools. There are posters to “stomp out bullying” and others...
Harvest Fest celebrates a season of growing, learning

Harvest Fest celebrates a season of growing, learning

By Mark Nicklawske Posted 09/15/2017 “Apple cider! Apple cider! I know you desire apple cider,” shouted a Hills teenager hawking cold drinks to a passing crowd at the annual Hills Harvest Fest last Friday. The young man wore a blue Adidas jersey and stood about as...