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Middletown summer camp for children with Down syndrome outdoes itself

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Delaware Family Voices Resource Spotlight: PAWS for People

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Delaware Family Voices is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization. We serve families throughout Delaware with financial support through federal grants, and by donations from the community we serve. Click here to read more!

PAWS for People announces partnerships

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Newark-based Paws for People announced new partnerships with Cooper University Hospital in Camden, N.J. and with Beebe Medical Center, Lewes. (Page 22)

Therapy dogs provide aid in county courtrooms

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ELKTON — All Cecil County Circuit Courthouse employees entering the building at 8 a.m. are required to show their identification badge, and Buddy is no different … except that he has four legs and a tail.

Paws for People volunteers visit participants in Kent County

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PAWS for People are now on a regular schedule of visiting the participants of C.E.R.T.S. Adult Action Center at our Kent County site in Smyrna.

PAWS for People Promotional Video

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CLICK HERE – - to take a look at PAWS for People's new promotional video. It is a great video to show to anyone interested in learning more about what PAWS does.

Nemours/A.I. duPont brings dogs in during kids’ medical tests

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Click here to read the rest of the article written by Deb Lucas

Hillside HVAC & PAWS

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PAWS is humbled to have Hillside Heating & Cooling as a supporter of PAWS for People.  Click to learn more about this great business and their mascot, Charlie!

Hartford County Child Advocacy Center Celebrate 20th Anniversary

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Check out paragraph 6 that talks about PAWS for People.

Denise Marotta Lopes Writes About Lynne Robinson

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