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How does a young man turn his life around and get a fresh start?

by Linda K. Bourassa. At the early age of 9 years old, the young man of our story was lured into a gang. Gang life led him to criminal activity, trouble with the law and gunfire attacks on his family’s home. His distraught mother was able to get him relocated to another state to live with relatives in order to save his life. Sadly, his difficulties continued and he lived with an assortment of family friends, then in a series of unsuccessful placements with foster care and group homes. All that changed when he landed at Youth Villages here in … Continue reading

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Collecting Shoes and Clothes for Honduras

Help the people of Honduras. Donate lightly used shoes and summer clothes for Dr. Baker to take with him to Honduras this November. It’s a very warm climate, so clear out your summer closets! This November sees the return of Dr. Baker to Honduras on another mission trip. Dermatology Realm is collecting lightly used shoes and summer clothes for children and teens, and even for adults in the communities surrounding Trujillo, Honduras. All sizes are welcome and needed.  They are in a very warm climate, so clear out your summer closets! If you have some lightly used summer clothing or … Continue reading

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Open House 2013 In Support of Le Bonheur

DermRealm is excited to announce our annual Open House 2013 in support of Le Bonheur Children’s Hospital. You are invited to join us on Thursday, November 14th between 1pm and 6pm. Come and see us anytime during that time for a chat, see treatment demos and have your chance to win in our Botox, Dysport, and Xeomin drawings happening every 30 minutes. That’s a $200 retail every 30 minutes. You can also take advantage of our generous 20% discount on products such as Obagi Nuderm. Click here to learn more about DermRealm’s Open House 2013

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