Pahrump. Training is underway.The training sessions providehands on learning and experi-ence in conducting meaningfulforums in the community to dis-cuss, analyze and seek consen-sus on community issues.The NCPPD is destined to be aterrific asset to the communityof Pahrump. Readmore.
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family?Neither had I but I had theopportunity to learn why.It is folded 13 times. Eachfolds symbolizes a reason.Now you can learn, as Idid, what each of those 13folds means.(Readmore)
Remember watching amilitary funeral when the American flag is handed tothe family of the departedsoldier, sailor, marine orairman?The flag is neatly folded.Ever wonder why it isfolded in the manner it is when presented to the
Nevada Center for Public Policy Dialogue
Empowered Leadership College CourseWhy the American Flag is folded 13 times
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Empowered Leadership by Lau-rayne Murray
I don’t know much about the
Nevada Center for Public Policy-Dialogue (NCPPD) in Pahrump. Iintend to learn more in theweeks ahead. Some weeks ago Iwrote about Great Basic Collegebeing a Pahrump Treasure.NCPPD is affiliated with GreatBasin College. I readily see thatNCPPD is a valuable segment for
Carolene Endersby of the NevadaCenter for Public Policy Dialogue
“I have never let my
schooling interfere with
Mark Twain (1835 - 1910)