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  • The On The Tom Green County Juvenile Probation Resources Website

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    Programs and Services On the Tom Green County Juvenile Probation Resources website, I found quite a few programs and services that I believe would work for adolescents who are either at risk or already in the juvenile justice system. The programs and services are: the High Sky Children’s Ranch, The West Texas Boys Ranch, The Concho Valley Home for Girls, House of Faith, The Youth Advocate Program, and Big Brothers and Big Sisters program. The reason I believed these types of programs and services

  • All The Pretty Horses

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    Death. If one thing is inevitable in life, it is death. Whether figuratively or literally, the conclusion to anything always comes, and whether for the better or the worse, something new always emerges. Cormac McCarthy’s All The Pretty Horses starts at that conclusion. The death of protagonist John Grady Cole’s grandfather closes one period of his life and as a result a new whole period begins. It explores the new period in his journey throughout Mexico, and it is the one thing that always follows

  • Tom Green County Crisis Intervention Unit Case Study

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    The Tom Green County Crisis Intervention Unit (CIU) was formed in 1999 as an adjunct of the Sheriff’s Department. Sheriff Stewart Dickson hired Rita Guthrie as the coordinator and she has remained in that position since that time. Ms. Guthrie has a Bachelor of Science in Psychology and a Master’s degree in Counseling. Before heading the CIU, she was an advocate for victims at several local agencies including the New Direction Batterers Intervention and Prevention Program and the San Angelo Family

  • Unfair and Cruel Treatment During the Great Depression in To Kill A Mockingbird by Harper Lee

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    A Mockingbird depicts the daily occurrences in Maycomb County, an Alabama town in Southern USA. The story is set in the 1930s, when the people are mostly poor as a result of The Great Depression. Set in a time before the implementation of racial and sexual equality, the story provides insight on the mentality of the county people and their discriminative practices, which are aggravated by their difficult financial situation. Maycomb County is a white peoples town; the black community live on the

  • Review Of The Novel 'To Kill A Mockingbird'

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    ¬To Kill a Mockingbird Essay The well-known history novel To Kill a Mockingbird written by Harper lee takes place in Maycomb County during the great depression. In this town, the main characters’ father, Atticus Finch, is tasked to defend a black man named Tom Robinson in a race-induced rape trial. Many themes in this novel were represented, however a few minor points stood out. A major point that stood out was the development of the main character Scout and her brother Jem. Also racism and evil

  • Golf Course History

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    This research paper consist of many awesome facts and history of these famous golf course. There is different facts about every course and how the course came about. The courses that will be mentioned in this paper are Augusta National, Royal County Down, and Pine Valley. Some of the golf courses around the world are magnificent and incredible to be able to play on these courses. Three courses that will be stated are personally three of my favorite golf courses and they were named top three by golf

  • Family In To Kill A Mockingbird

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    racism through how he responds to his daughter, Scout. Harper Lee’s novel To Kill a Mockingbird portrays life in Maycomb County in the 1930s through the eyes of a six year old. Atticus struggles to protect his children, Scout and Jem, from the evils of racism that abide within everyone around them. His values are put to the test when he is appointed to defend a black man, Tom Robinson, who is accused of rapeing a white woman. This novel portrays themes of change versus tradition, whether family is

  • Osmosis Case Study

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    makes you learn it better. They may be a little daunting when you read them but I will help you go through them. Please ask for help so this topic becomes more enjoyable for you. Part I—Too Much of a Good Thing Times were difficult in Habersham County. The skyrocketing prices of fuel and food were threatening to bankrupt the Johnson family’s small farm, which was no match for the multi-million-dollar mega-farms that had been popping up all over the southeast. Joseph, the family patriarch, was especially

  • Interview With Charles Lee Codding

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    nineteen sixty six at Wood County Hospital. His dad's name is exactly the same as his and his mom's name is Alta Maree Codding. Her maiden name is Baker. Some of his siblings names are Ann Olson, Mark Olson, Tom Olson, Dan Olson, and Nancy Schmit. He has three brothers and sisters named Marsha Cuckler, David Codding, and Janet Hammersmith. He has lived in Bowling Green, Ohio and Ann Arbor, Michigan. They have been in Bowling Green most of their life so they went to Bowling Green schools. He went to Conneaut

  • Theme Of Empathy In To Kill A Mockingbird

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    better known as Scout. The trio live in deeply southern Maycomb County, Alabama during the early 1930s, during a time of extreme prejudice and racial segregation. Jem is eleven and Scout is four years his junior, though the novel spans a period of three to four years, in which many small and and some large events occur. While the two experience many strange phenomena, the main focus of the book centers upon Tom Robinson’s trial. Tom Robinson is a hard working, black man who is accused of rape by