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Native American Drum Celebrated in All-School Ceremony

By Mark Nicklawske 06/27/17 A handmade wooden drum embodies many important Native American cultural symbols while its traditional sound casts a power over people from all walks of life. The Hills young people experienced this natural symbolism and spiritual power as a...
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Career Tips from The Hills HR

By Ami Rose, The Hills Youth and Family Services HR Specialist 05/30/2017 Looking for work is well….work. Whether you’re just looking for a change in jobs or in search of your first career, its work. So here’s a few tips in hopes that it makes the process a bit...
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SAVE the DATE – Fore the Kids Golf Classic

Join us for the 21st Annual Fore the Kids Golf Classic! Golf and Sponsorship Registration Now OPEN! Register...
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Poster room fights violence, helps young people take back their life

By Mark Nicklawske Posted April 28, 2017 When The Hills Youth and Family Services young people started a Take Back the Night anti-violence poster project more than a decade ago, incidents like rape and domestic abuse were something many refused to talk about and few...
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Resource Fair encourages young people to think about the future

By Mark Nicklawske March 1, 2017 Hand-shakes, questions and fast-paced discussions between young people, educators and social service experts created a buzz inside the Woodland Hills auditorium on an otherwise quiet day during winter break last week. Students...
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The Hills Youth and Family Services – Our new corporate name

By Jeff Bradt, The Hills Youth and Family Services CEO/President April 10, 2017 Woodland Hills is changing its name—sort of. Woodland Hills, Cambia Hills and Neighborhood Youth Services are all programs of the same 501(c)(3) corporation, St. James Home of Duluth,...
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Paper Crane Project Inspires Message of Peace, Unity

By Mark Nicklawske Posted 02/07/2017 More than 1,000 colorful paper cranes made by Woodland Hills youth have been assembled into long, elegant ceiling sculptures that now decorate the program cafeteria. The sculptures, which look like flowers dangling on a string, add...
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