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Today's feature article is compiled from the executive summary and final report of the Poverty and Health Services Project, written by Karen Hayward and Irv Rootman with the assistance of Dia Mamatis and Lynn Lavallee. They write "We were interested in giving a voice to low income consumers - and their messages were very clear... Participants described, in sometimes very poignant terms, the reasons they need the services that they do access, and the importance the services have in their lives."



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2002
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264
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Second Annual Hamilton Wheelchair Relay Challenge

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THE EVENT

It is an opportunity for disabled and able-bodied members of our

community to join together for a day of fun, understanding and

cooperation. Entertainment, children's activities, displays and a

complimentary lunch make The Wheelchair Relay Challenge a family affair!



THE CHALLENGE



The Second Annual Hamilton Wheelchair Relay Challenge will be held on

Saturday, September 21, 2002 to benefit the services of the Canadian

Working The Web Breakfast Lecture

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This 90-minute presentation will tell you, in plain language, what the best opportunities are for not-for-profits on the web. We'll examine some of the common pitfalls of web development as well as winning case studies from organizations that incorporate the web in a realistic and strategic way into their communications outreach.

For more information, visit IMPACS website http://www.impacs.org, or email Drea at [email protected].

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