Traci Rosenbaum Great Falls Tribune Published 12:47 p.m. UTC Jul 9, 2018 The YWCA has been helping women in Great Falls for a long time. “We actually became a YWCA in 1918 when young women were coming to the ‘big city’ of Great Falls for work and needed housing and meals and a safe place to live,” said executive director Sandi Filipowicz. The YWCA’s current building at 220 2nd St. N. was constructed in 1953, and classes there included cooking, knitting and etiquette. The programs may have changed over the last 65 years, but the building hasn’t. And that’s the YWCA’s current problem. The entire lower level has only seen limited use in recent years as asbestos floor tiles and water damage have made it unsafe. As a result, the number of programs the YWCA has been able to offer has gone down. Things like taekwondo, belly dancing and yoga have gone by the wayside. The YWCA serves over 10,000 people a year, operates the Mercy Home … [Read more...] about 65-year-old YWCA building gets a boost with lower-level remodel
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Skill and experience matters when it comes to mesothelioma attorneys and the compensation results they create as we would like to explain anytime.”— Maine Mesothelioma Victims CenterNEW YORK , NEW YORK, USA, March 27, 2018 /EINPresswire.com/ -- The Maine Mesothelioma Victims Center specializes in making certain that a person who has a confirmed mesothelioma in Maine due to exposure to asbestos at a power plant, a public utility or while serving in the US Navy has the very best mesothelioma attorneys in the United States. To receive the best possible mesothelioma financial compensation for this rare cancer it is vital to have the nation's most skilled mesothelioma attorneys representing the diagnosed person as they would like to discuss anytime at 800-714-0303. The group offers this service for one simple reason: these types of people with mesothelioma can get million-dollar-plus financial settlements provided they have the very best mesothelioma attorneys in the nation … [Read more...] about Maine Mesothelioma Victims Center Now Offers to Ensure a Power Plant Worker with Mesothelioma in Maine Has Instant Access to The Nation’s Most Capable Lawyers for a the Best Compensation Claim Outcome
Looking for news you can trust?Subscribe to our free newsletters. I thought I’d done everything right: breastfeeding my children, a careful diet, plenty of exercise. I wasn’t overweight and didn’t have a family history. I bought BPA-free bottles for my filtered water. But on a visit to the radiology department last spring, a pair of red brackets highlighted something worrisome on the ultrasound monitor. Invasive lobular carcinoma—a malignant breast tumor. This spidery little beast measuring nearly three centimeters meant I had stage 2 cancer. At 47, I was a decade and a half younger than the median age for breast cancer diagnosis in the United States. Was this just bad luck? Maybe, but the journalist in me was still curious to know: Why me? So I dug into the literature on risk factors to see where I might have fit in. It’s an impossible question to answer definitively for an individual, like trying to prove that a single weather event was caused by … [Read more...] about Did Drinking Give Me Breast Cancer?
BULLETIN -- WHITE HOUSE OFFERS OLIVE BRANCH TO BUSINESS LOBBY -- Senior adviser Valerie B. Jarrett writes to the chairman of the Business Roundtable, Verizon Chairman and CEO Ivan Seidenberg, who drew wide attention for his complaint that the administration has fostered an “increasingly hostile environment for investment and job creation”: “We look forward to receiving your ideas … We also look forward to continuing our discussion on regulations. While we may disagree on some issues, we have an open door and are always willing to consider input and ideas from everyone, including the business community, as we continue to work together to provide rules of the road to protect the American people, while fostering an environment that will stimulate job growth and job creation.” --Read Jarrett’s letter http://politi.co/c41xHB Roundtable letter to Jarrett http://politi.co/d5xW2r Story Continued Below FIRST LOOK -- The new "bridge to … [Read more...] about VALERIE JARRETT MAKES OVERTURE TO BUSINESS — W.H.cautious as oil flow slows — Playbook gets body-scanned — Fire/smoke calamity possible at Capitol — Scott Brown is key vote on Citizens United fix