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    Camden employee starts support group for laid-off workers

    Keanna Ralph is Helping Others Progress and Excel. That’s the name of the support group the Public Works employee has started for laid-off Camden workers.

    Ralph started the H.O.P.E. Support Network after yesterday’s layoffs in the city. “As of January 18th, many of us will experience a major shift in our lives but it doesn’t have to be for the worse,” Ralph said in a release. The group is designed to help laid-off employees survive and thrive through the difficult situation. You can contact Ralph for more information.

     

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