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Quincy students explore Blessing jobs at Bella Ease Career Prep

  WGEM – “Quincy students of all ages got to spend their Monday off school exploring job ideas and opportunities at Bella Ease for the career prep day. The organization partnered with Blessing Health to showcase various aspects of healthcare field, along with general career skill building.”  

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Bella Ease aims to open new facility by mid-May

Herald-Whig – “Bella Ease administrators are hoping that they can open their new facility at 707 Broadway by mid-May… Dennis Williams, Program Director for Bella Ease, said the building and grants to fund it became available. Therefore, Bella Ease is in a position to improve its communication and connectivity with those in need.”

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ISBE grants target trauma, recovery from pandemic

Herald-Whig – “The community partnership grants will support collaborations between school districts and community organizations…Williams said plans call for providing distance learning opportunities for students having difficulties in school at planned new home for Bella Ease at 707 Broadway.”

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County Board presents $683K check to nonprofits

Herald-Whig – “Adams County Board members presented a $683,000 check to local nonprofit organizations eligible for American Rescue Plan Act funding during a ceremony outside the county courthouse on Thursday. The county had agreed to award no more than $1 million of ARPA funds to eligible nonprofits.”

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Local non-profits to make use of Adams County ARPA funds

WGEM – “The Adams County Board approved $683,193 for 16 local organizations and a faith-based community partner. Bella Ease, one of the organizations looking to receive funds, operates an after school program, Quincy Teen Reach, where kids get help with homework, have access to internet and technology for schooling…”

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Adams County probation program reaches employment goal

Herald-Whig – “The Adams County Empowered program, which aims to provide stronger job opportunities for unemployed residents on probation, has assisted 29 individuals since it was first implemented in April…The goal was to help secure employment opportunities for 25 residents by the end of the six months.”

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2020 Census comes to a halt

Quincy Herald-Whig - "When Mike Nobis thinks about how the Quincy Teen Reach program weathered the state budget impasse, he's still amazed. "We were right on the cusp of closing. We were not just day to day, we were hour to hour," said Nobis, chairman of the Teen Reach Board."

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