Mobile Rally Rolls Against Funding Cuts For Developmental Disability Support Groups

Advocates for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities drove Thursday from Long Island to the Mario Cuomo Bridge in a caravan to rally against funding cuts for mental health service providers.

The mobile rally came on the 33rd anniversary of the state closing the Willowbrook State School, an infamous shuttered mental institution on Staten Island where residents were neglected and lived in unsanitary conditions — a scenario critics say the state is doomed to repeat thanks to the funding cuts. 

“Don’t send us back to the days of Willowbrook,” participants wrote in the windows of their cars before they drove down the Long Island Expressway, through Staten Island to pass by the closed institution, and headed north to Tarrytown.

“The fear of returning to Willowbrook is not irrational,” said Michael Bolton and his

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Mobile Crane Market Overview By New Technology, Demand And Scope 2019 To 2026

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Sep 07, 2020 (The Expresswire) —
The globalmobile crane marketsize is anticipated to reach USD 22.34 billion by 2026 owing to increasing investments in the construction and shipbuilding sectors. This is further attributable to the rapid urbanization and the rise in the number of import and export facilities. Mobile cranes are used for lifting heavy objects and move them for short distances and also used for constructing giant tower cranes. According to a recent report published by Fortune Business insights™ titled, “Mobile Crane Market Size, Share and Industry Analysis, By Type (Truck Crane, All Terrain Crane, Rough Terrain Crane, Crawler Crane, and Others), By Application (Construction, Oil and Gas, Ship Building, Power and Utilities and Others) and Regional Forecast, 2019-2026,” the market size was USD 14.35 billion in 2018 and will rise at a CAGR of 5.8% … Read More

Horizon Education Centers give back with Mobile Food Pantry

CLEVELAND, Ohio — With many families still suffering from the pandemic, Horizon Education Centers is giving back to the community with a Mobile Food Pantry.



a group of people riding on the back of a truck: The Greater Cleveland Food Bank held its weekly food distribution again at the Cleveland Muni lot, April 30, 2020, and had more than 2,900 people signed up.  David Petkiewicz, cleveland.com


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The Greater Cleveland Food Bank held its weekly food distribution again at the Cleveland Muni lot, April 30, 2020, and had more than 2,900 people signed up. David Petkiewicz, cleveland.com

On Thursday, Sept. 3, from 3-5:30 p.m., Horizon is hosting the event on Cleveland’s west side at Horizon Education Center in Market Square, 2500 W. 25th Street.

The school is partnering with the Greater Cleveland Food Bank on the event, which is open to all. It will be first-come, first-served, rain or shine, and organizers suggest residents bring their own bags.

To pick up food, people will need an ID, but do not need to pre-register.

This is just one way Horizon gives back to its community, says Renee

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New Mobile Hotspots Get Funding For Spotsylvania School Students

SPOTSYLVANIA COUNTY, VA — Spotsylvania County Public Schools partnered with renewable energy company sPower and other companies and organizations on creating 16 mobile hotspots for the new school year.

In July, sPower issued a challenge grant to fund five mobile hotspots and worked to raise funds for an additional five. Akamai Technologies, Etsy and Kimley-Horn, which are three of sPower’s partners in the Spotsylvania Solar Energy Center, supported the effort.

The Spotsylvania Education Foundation donated funds for one mobile hotspot, and Atlantic Builders donated funds for five mobile hotspots. Since July, individual donors have contributed more than $1,000 toward the effort, the public schools system said.

“We greatly appreciate the support of our community partners and especially thank sPower and Atlantic Builders who have taken the lead in this initiative by supporting five mobile hotspots each,” Dr. S. Scott Baker, SCPS superintendent, said Monday in a statement.

Based on current

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Learning Undefeated Partners with Texas Education Agency to Bring Mobile STEM Laboratory Statewide

GAITHERSBURG, Md., Sept. 2, 2020 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ — Learning Undefeated, a non-profit committed to providing STEM education opportunities for underserved communities, today announced a new partnership with the Texas Education Agency that will create the first-ever Texas Mobile STEM Laboratory program.” data-reactid=”13″GAITHERSBURG, Md., Sept. 2, 2020 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ — Learning Undefeated, a non-profit committed to providing STEM education opportunities for underserved communities, today announced a new partnership with the Texas Education Agency that will create the first-ever Texas Mobile STEM Laboratory program.

Texas educational regions for the 2020/21 school year, bringing cross-curricular engineering design challenges and a multisensory interactive career exploration experience for students.” data-reactid=”14″The program will serve K-8 students and teachers throughout all twenty Texas educational

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