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Stories about our work, our partners and servant leadership.

27 Apr COMMUNITY PARTICIPATION

On April 21, 2018, CASA had hosted the Spring Community Party. The weekend event, which was held in the Tierra Vida community was full of activities that kept children as well as the adults quite entertained. The games were open to everyone who was willing...

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21 Apr BUILDING OUR SKILLS

Every organization thrives on employees who are skilled and passionate enough to enhance their skills to meet the demands of the mainstream job market. As such we recently had Eli come over to the Collegium and teach our staff a Master class in Coffee. On...

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14 Apr ITS WONDERFUL TO EDUCATE

At the Center for Sharing we encourage everyone to come and make good use of their time. It is a place where new friendships are made, family bonding’s are strengthened, careers take shape, and meaningful relationships are formed without any expectations but purely with a...

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06 Apr AGAINST ALL ODDS

Robert Olivares is a twenty-three-year-old young man who will graduate from college this June with a double major in Social Work and Spanish. He has lived in the Lake-view community, Pasco since he was 12 years old. It was a community known for gang affiliations...

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30 Mar WE ARE GRATEFUL

It was an honor to host Glen Knopp and his family on the 23rd March 2018 at the Collegium Café. The Knopp family owns Inland Tarp and Liner. It is with great pride that we at the Center for Sharing have been able to partner...

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16 Mar TWO EXCEPTIONAL KIDS

Last week two brothers walked into the Collegium. They were John Seih and John Win aged 9 & 8 years old and live in the Tierra Vida community. They appeared to be quite excited and ordered four milk shakes. Rachel asked them why they were...

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09 Mar HELPING A FRIEND IN NEED

On a regular afternoon at the Collegium I saw Christian and Jennifer with their school books. I thought they were both doing their homework. I however decided to talk to them and asked them what they were doing?  Christian told me that Jennifer was helping...

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