Some want the money to fund infrastructure improvements, and others believe the money should go to schools.
The clinic will use the grant to support its education programs to increase breast cancer screenings.
Comets, Asteroids, Meteors: Great Balls of Fire! runs through Sept. 10.
The governor said the not ideal budget bill was not ideal days before it passed, and other lawmakers agreed.
“Most people may not know that, besides fasting, Ramadan is a month of sharing and generosity. It is our obligation,” Akkus said.
“Once they figure out that those things aren’t going to happen, that people aren’t going to make fun of them, that the people in their class are there to support them, it’s amazing how well they will do and how they can learn,” O’Dell said.
“No matter what the economic situation is for a student’s family, they don’t have to worry,” Ponce said last week as he visited the Eugene Field cafeteria. “It’s an unbelievable program.”
“There are folks who are accustomed to the Western lifestyle — it’s what they live and breathe — but there are a lot of families that we’re their first taste of it,” Jeane said.
School closures affect everyone. Neighborhood schools are important; they are the glue that holds communities together.
“I let the painting lead me,” Curry said. “I used to always try to direct my paintings, but with the wax, I find it kind of has a life of its own.”