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  • The Harlem Children's Zone (HCZ) is a non-profit organization for poverty-stricken children and families living in Harlem, providing free support for the children and families in the form of parenting workshops, a pre-school program, three public charter schools, and child-oriented health
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  • (Gerbers) A file or file set that contains information that can be used to fabricate a printed circuit board. Sometimes refered to as CAM files (Computer Aided Manufacturing).
  • Gerber is a surname, and may refer to: * Danie Gerber (born 1958), South African rugby union player * Ernst Ludwig Gerber (1746–1819), composer, author * Heiko Gerber (born 1972), German football player * Joseph Gerber (1924–1996), founder of Gerber Scientific * Magda Gerber, pioneer in infant
  • (gerbers) A set of files sent to a fab representing the geometry of tracks, silk, solder mask and the outline of the board. Because each layer is represented by a separate file, it is customary to bundle them in a zip file. The offical name of the file format is “Gerber 247X”.
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Snappi Cloth Diaper Fasteners - Pack of 3 (Light Blue, Bright Blue, White)
Snappi Cloth Diaper Fasteners - Pack of 3 (Light Blue, Bright Blue, White)
Pack of 3 (light blue, bright blue, white) The Snappi® is a safer, more reliable, EASY to use fastener for cloth diapers that replaces the nasty diaper pins. The stretchable non-toxic Snappi® hooks into the diaper material to make a strong closure. They work best with diapers that have a loose enough weave for the Snappi® to hook into. (Snappi® terry cloth diapers, cotton pre-folds, and others) Note they do not work well with flannel or other tightly woven diapers. How to use your Snappi®: To improve elasticity, stretch your Snappi® fastener a few times before use. Step 1: Hook left Step 2: Stretch across and hook right Step 3: Stretch down and hook center The Snappi® should go from a "T" shape to a "Y" shape when stretched properly. Warning: Always use a cover over a Snappi fastener. Keep out of children's reach when not in use. Do not use a Snappi fastener on toddlers that have the ability to undo or take off their cover/diaper/clothes. Do not use your Snappi for longer than 6 months. Not UV resistant - exposure to the sun can reduce the effectiveness of the Snappi. CAUTION: Any tear in the Snappi can lead to separation of a piece, presenting a possible choking hazard. Inspect the Snappi before each use and discontinue using immediately if there is any sign of cracking, tearing, breakage or wear of the teeth or any other parts. Do not cut a Snappi as this may cause tearing.

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Katie Gerber
Katie Gerber
CLICK ON PHOTO TO ENLARGE AND SEE FULL TEXT ********************************************* NEW EMPLOYEE Hire Date: 1st. DHS 06/12/85C.S.A. 6/12/85 2nd DHS 09/14/87C.P.S. 09/14/87 College: Texas A&M University Degree: B.S., Biomedical Science Hometown: Dallas Marital Status: Married Children or pets: Sally/Feline; Casey/Canine Favorite Food: Mexican Favorite Pastime: dancing, running, & riding horses Worst thing that has ever happened to you while working for C.P.S.: Having a 3-year-old substitute care case file stolen from my office. Best thing that has ever happened to you while working for C.P.S.: Helping a 14-year-old incest victim give up her baby for adoption and finding an adoptive home for that baby. While helping 14-year-old remain in the Law Magnet High School and active in her church. **************************************************************** SECOND ANNIVERSARY Name: Katie GerberUnit #: 11 Hire Date: DHS 6/14/85 - CSACPS: 9/14/87 College: Texas A&M Degree: B.S. in Biomedical Science Hometown: Dallas Marital Status: Married Pets: Casey/German Shepherd & Salley/Black cat Favorite Food: Mexican Favorite Pastime: dancing, running, rodeoing, horseback riding Favorite Movie: "Author" Favorite TV Show: "30 Something" Favorite Sport: basketball Preferred Music: classic rock Good Book Read Recently: "Red Dragon" Worst thing that has ever happened to you while working for CPS: Have three year old substitute care file stolen from my office. Best thing that has ever happened to you while working for CPS: Working with 13 year old incest victim to place her baby in adoption and get perpetrator sent to the pen. Baby's adoption was consummated 8/7/89. **************************************************************** THIRD ANNIVERSARY Unit #: 11 Hire date: C.S.A. 06/10/85 Caseworker: 09/14/87 College: Texas A&M Degree: B.S. - Biomedical Science Hometown: Dallas Marital Status: Happily Children: blessed with Kaitlyn, 02/21/90 Pets: Casey (Canine) Sally (feline) Motto: Don't give me that bull Career goals: To be the best of whatever I'm doing. Shoe size: None, Ya Current Project: Ratliff termination and raising Kaitlyn (not in that order) Your major pathology: thinking about work when I'm off Favorite deviancy: driving fast! Favorite vacation spot: The beach - anywhere When you were a child, you wanted to grow up to be: a housewife. My mother always told me: Don't sweat the small stuff What do you want on your tombstone: She had a heart as big as Texas If you were stranded on a desert island, who would you want with you: My husband, my daughter and a fine hotel or Kevin Costner First love: riding horses Worst thing that has ever happened to you while working for CPS: Getting an unanimous termination by 12 jurors and have Stayman-Evans grant a new trial on grounds that she wasn't even sure of or Judge Stayman-Evans herself. Best thing that has ever happened to you while working for CPS: Placing kids in adoption and consummating. 09/10/90 **************************************************************** Unit #: 73 Hire date: 09/14/87 Motto: Yes I Can. Career goals: to balance work and motherhood w/o shortchanging my family Current project: establishing Unit 73 Major pathology: spending money to "fill my bucket." Favorite deviancy: driving fast Favorite vacation spot: the coast or Disney World Best advice my parents gave me: not to think about being an animal or think about what to put on my tombstone. Secret fantasy: I can't say. My husband might read this Headlines I would like to read: major pay raise for state employees or abortion legalized, no more debate! The real me is: here and now Pet Peeve: misspelling or mispronouncing my name Favorite time in history: the old west Favorite weatherman: Scott Sams I collect: Mickey Mouse figures When I was a child, I wanted to grow up to be: like my grandmother. Favorite dream theme: Kevin Costner Primary vanity: dress the part If I could have "overs" on one thing it would be: I'd go to Vet. school I have been blessed with: life I'll know I'm middle age when: I feel it 09/11/91
"ROSIE"
"ROSIE"
our youngest sister! used to hold and made her sleep while she's still a baby. feed her endlessly of "lugaw" with egg yolks for her first two years , no cerelac nor gerber! we love to joke on how we took care of her when our mother is tending other chores while we baby sits for her...and now she's graduating college! time passes by so fast! {be posting a series of her while counting down the days before her graduation...9 to go!}

gerber baby college
gerber baby college
Snappi Cloth Diaper Fasteners - Pack of 3 (Mint color mix)
Pack of 3 snappis (purple, white, mint green) The Snappi® is a safer, more reliable, EASY to use fastener for cloth diapers that replaces the nasty diaper pins. The stretchable non-toxic Snappi® hooks into the diaper material to make a strong closure. They work best with diapers that have a loose enough weave for the Snappi® to hook into. (Snappi® terry cloth diapers, cotton pre-folds, and others) Note they do not work well with flannel or other tightly woven diapers. How to use your Snappi®: To improve elasticity, stretch your Snappi® fastener a few times before use. Step 1: Hook left Step 2: Stretch across and hook right Step 3: Stretch down and hook center The Snappi® should go from a "T" shape to a "Y" shape when stretched properly. Warning: Always use a cover over a Snappi fastener. Keep out of children's reach when not in use. Do not use a Snappi fastener on toddlers that have the ability to undo or take off their cover/diaper/clothes. Do not use your Snappi for longer than 6 months. Not UV resistant - exposure to the sun can reduce the effectiveness of the Snappi. CAUTION: Any tear in the Snappi can lead to separation of a piece, presenting a possible choking hazard. Inspect the Snappi before each use and discontinue using immediately if there is any sign of cracking, tearing, breakage or wear of the teeth or any other parts. Do not cut a Snappi as this may cause tearing. New, never used.

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