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Year 2020 During Crises
Year 2020 During Crises

Much has happened world-wide, nation-wide and county-wide. There are signs of it beginning to cease. The massive shutdowns, losses, and solitude have harmed more than just a few. No matter who you are, where you are or what you have suffered, please note you still have a ...

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