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Learn more about breast cancer, mammography screening and early detection. Explore topics such as understanding your family history, genetics, and health prevention tips to help reduce your risk. People of all ages, sexes, and genders should attend because all of us can be impacted by breast cancer.

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Introducing AccessCare – Join us to explore the program, discover the range of childcare options available, and learn how to find the perfect fit for your family's needs. Dive into the wealth of information on MyChildDe.org, empowering you to make informed choices for your child's care and development.

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Women have important decisions to make about managing their student debt. Flexible repayment options and forgiveness provisions are available, but the details matter and it can be confusing to figure it out on your own. Heather Jarvis, Attorney Specializing in Student Loan Law, knows how to break it down step-by-step so it makes sense once and for all.

This information is subject to change. The following presentation contains accurate information as of April 5, 2024.

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This topic is especially relevant as we embark on the new year, providing the opportunity to reflect on our life experiences, understand their impact and how we can reach our full potential. We hope you can join us as Dr. Keith guides us through a thoughtful exploration of self-discovery and personal development. This webinar features a distinguished speaker, Dr. Colleen Perry Keith, the first woman to serve as president of Goldey-Beacom College.

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The National Votes for Women Trail (nvwt.org) identifies 38 key sites in Delaware associated with the struggle for women's right to vote. Thirteen have historic markers. Join this webinar as we take a virtual walk from Georgetown to Dover to New Castle to Wilmington, looking at the stories the 13 markers tell about Delawareans and the cause of “votes for women.”

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