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Please welcome Mr. Tim Stubbs to the Honorary youth leadership team. Mr. Stubbs comes to us with great energy, a background in music, dj, and is a true leader at heart.
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Donate Now to Yuma’s only youth and young adult Diversity Center! Read the rest of this entry
Please be patient with the process as we move through a period of transition at our Generation Y 2000 Diversity Center (GY2KC). The following positions have been added after confirmations yesterday at our board meeting. Read the rest of this entry
BTTBP officially supports this cause: Stop the discriminatory and bigoted Salvation Army! -Brandon Bennett A PFLAG group is taking a stand against hating and bigoted ‘charitable’ agencies this holiday season and sent me the below article Read the rest of this entry
Nashville instrumentalist Tom Smith will be playing his guitar and banjo, as well as telling his stories, at the Generation Y 2000 Diversity Center (GY2KC), in Yuma Dec. 15, at 7 PM Read the rest of this entry
On Dec. 1, Back to the Basics Please, Inc. will be partnering with the Regional Center for Border Health medical mobile unit offering free HIV testing at two San Luis locations. Locations include the San Luis Walk-in Clinic, 1896 E. Babbit Ln., from 10 a.m. to 12 p.m. and in front of the Del Sol Market at Plaza Reidel, 10th Ave and Juan Sanchez Blvd, from 12 p.m. to 3 p.m. Read the rest of this entry
Once a year, on December 1st, a global commemoration of World AIDS Day remembers the millions of lives lost to this disease, draws attention to the needs of millions more living with HIV/AIDS, promotes education to prevent new infections, honors the progress made in the battle against AIDS, and renews commitments made to tackle the epidemic. World AIDS Day is important in reminding people that HIV has not gone away, and that there are many things still to be done. Read the rest of this entry