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Dec 01

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Posted to City Connections by Kevin King

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May 18

Wendy Curnow: Caring for Community as a Career

Posted to Multicultural Roots Project by Danielle Garduno

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“This is the place that we live, we all want to feel safe and feel comfortable because this is our home. And one of the most important things [to feeling safe and comfortable] is health. Being able to give patients support or education on what to do to keep themselves and everybody safe in the community is really important. And that's how I feel connected to the people here.” — Wendy Curnow 

For local nurse Wendy Curnow, nursing isn’t just a job or a paycheck, but something much more. Nursing provides her with a sense of purpose and community. On the surface, nursing entails technical skills such as taking someone's blood pressure or heart rate. On a deeper level, being a nurse is a commitment to community and the patients they serve; caring for their patients to the best of their ability, helping them live healthier lives. It is also the commitment through their position and knowledge that nurses educate and advocate for their patients in order to protect the health, safety, and rights of the whole community. As a nurse, Wendy is committed to doing all of the above for the well-being of her community. However, Wendy didn’t always know she wanted to be a nurse. Instead, it was during a time in her life when there were many unknowns, that she came to find this passion. 

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Dec 03

A Very Special Homecoming

Posted to News to Brighten Your Day by Adriane Mertens

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On Friday, Nov. 13, Denise Tait was given the keys to her brand new, rebuilt home in Coffey Park. Denise and her family had lost their original home in the 2017 Tubb's Fire, and shortly after the fires Denise’s husband passed away. Prior to his death, Denise's husband had designed blueprint plans for the rebuild of their home...

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