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Brave Heart offers end-of-life training this weekend


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Brave Heart Volunteers staff Amanda Taylor and Willow Moore discuss a free end-of-life training (Sat Mar 2, 9 AM – 3 PM at the Pioneer Home Manager’s House) and a group grief and bereavement program. They also introduce the organization’s new development director Jessica Gibson.

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