October 1, 2020         
Girl Up Celebrates 10th Anniversary of Advancing Gender Equality   •   Del Taco Has Free Tacos & Taco Deals Every Saturday During Tacoberfest®, Starting with a FREE The Del Taco on National T   •   Casie Treen Promoted to Vice President, Finance & Administration of Boston Insurance Brokerage LLC   •   American Fair Credit Council Announces New Board Addition   •   Donate Life Hollywood to Honor Eight Outstanding Productions at the Annual DLH Inspire Awards Oct. 8   •   Proposed Hollywood Center Project Directly Addresses City's Housing Crisis   •   The Future of Powersports Is Female: Polaris Launches Inaugural Empowersports Women's Riding Council   •   Headstrong Project Inc. Announces Partnership with The Bob & Renee Parsons Foundation to Expand Mental Health Services For V   •   $1 Million Program Launched to Assist Northern and Central California Communities Impacted by Wildfires in 2020   •   American Banker names U.S. Bank leaders to 2020 Most Powerful Women in Banking lists   •   Polaris RZR Factory Racing Dominates at the SCORE BAJA 500   •   Unifor condemns racist treatment of Joyce Echaquan   •   2 New Autism Therapy Centers Open in Colorado   •   Common App Removes School Discipline Question from College Application   •   Prestigious national pediatric medical device competition announces six winners to share in $250K NCC-PDI grant funding   •   STOMP Out Bullying Announces World Month of Bullying Prevention October 2020   •   National Addiction Treatment Network Connects Charleston Area Medical Center, Hazelden Betty Ford Foundation   •   Hunger and Poverty Gains Lost to COVID-19 Pandemic   •   Future-Proof Your Career & Company: Galvanize Debuts Part-Time Software Engineering Professional Development Courses   •   The Knot Pledges to Support Crucial Forest Restoration With Every Order of The Knot Invitations

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