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Sharing the Love Highlights how Mount Pleasant community members in Portland are benefitting from care packages.

Sharing the Love | March 29, 2020
Staff and students at the The Mount Pleasant Primary school in Portland have instituted a community outreach project dubbed the giving hands foundation. Press play to find out how they're impacting their community.
Presenter: Andrae Palmer
Producer: Andrae Palmer
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Sharing the Love | April 19, 2020
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Sharing the Love | April 12, 2020
The Savanna La Mar Hospital in Westmoreland had a challenge treating persons with respiratory illnesses because the nebulizer machines at the hospital stopped working. To fill the gap, members of the key club at Mannings High School decided to raise funds to purchase two new nebulizers for the Hospital’s children’s ward. Find out more about this development on Sharing the love.
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