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Norco Family Funeral Home

2645 Hamner Ave
Norco, CA 92860
(951) 898-1013
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Kenneth (Kenny) J. Taylor, 55, of Antwerp - WWNY TV 7

Monday, February 06, 2017

Captain, and several sister-in-laws, brother-in-laws, nieces, nephews, aunts, uncles and cousins.Kenny is predeceased by his father Kenneth T. Taylor of Norco, CaIn lieu of flowers donations may be made in Kenny’s memory to Ryan’s Wish Foundation C/O Rob and Rita Saidel P.O. Box 326 Gouverneur, NY 13642.Online condolences may be made at www.hartandbrucefh.com.

Local candidates weigh in on Heroin crisis facing NH - Eagle-Tribune

Monday, October 24, 2016

I do not believe the solution is handing out clean needles or Narcan. I believe this only encourages the use of illegal drugs.JOHN O'CONNORContinue to support the commission that was established to review and recommend increases in funding areas such as additional treatment and recovery programs for both opioid and alcohol-related additions. Continue supporting the recently added drug court program that is reporting successful return of users to society. Lastly, strengthen the laws related to punishment for drug dealers who sell opioid and fentanyl or other potentially life-threatening drugs.ROBERT FESHBetter education and parenting is needed first of all. Enforce the laws on sellers to eliminate the source, very important. Drug courts and diversion programs will help for now, but we must provide the resources necessary to beat back the crisis.RICHARD TRIPPFirst, eliminate the drug source, then provide affordable drug rehabilitation.BRIAN CHIRICHIELLOWe need to spend some money to get help for those that want the help. We also need to put dealers behind bars for a long time.PATRICIA DOWLINGWorking with the professionals to secure treatment and aftercare, reviewing penalties currently in place relative to dealers.MARY TILLBeginning in elementary schools, w...

Metairie YMCA art camp 'brushes' fun for children with developmental disabilities - NOLA.com (blog)

Monday, September 19, 2016

Janet Brown added: "Ian hangs the pictures he's drawn and painted all over the house. But this is an opportunity for him to show off his work to other people."Anne Schexnaydre, who lives in Norco, was one of the volunteers who assisted with the class.Young artist John Brescher stands by the gallery of all the campers work. (submitted photo) "Art is relaxing," she said. "There are so many things that kids with autism can't do. But when they do art and see their work displayed it is very exciting for them as well as their families."Sidney Coleman, 4, was one of the youngest artists in the class, but that didn't stop him from plunging into the class with all his energy, said his mother, Ashley Coleman."Sidney really got involved in the art class," she said. "This is the first time he's done something like this. It was good for him because it helped get him out of his comfort zone, and it was in a fun and creative environment."For information about the Brushes, Buddies and Beyond art class at the East Jefferson YMCA contact Tiggeman at 504.888.9622. ext. 107.Earl Hodges writes about people and events in East Jefferson. He can be contacted at earlhodges@msn.com.

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Kenneth (Kenny) J. Taylor, 55, of Antwerp - WWNY TV 7

Monday, February 06, 2017

Captain, and several sister-in-laws, brother-in-laws, nieces, nephews, aunts, uncles and cousins.Kenny is predeceased by his father Kenneth T. Taylor of Norco, CaIn lieu of flowers donations may be made in Kenny’s memory to Ryan’s Wish Foundation C/O Rob and Rita Saidel P.O. Box 326 Gouverneur, NY 13642.Online condolences may be made at www.hartandbrucefh.com.

Local candidates weigh in on Heroin crisis facing NH - Eagle-Tribune

Monday, October 24, 2016

I do not believe the solution is handing out clean needles or Narcan. I believe this only encourages the use of illegal drugs.JOHN O'CONNORContinue to support the commission that was established to review and recommend increases in funding areas such as additional treatment and recovery programs for both opioid and alcohol-related additions. Continue supporting the recently added drug court program that is reporting successful return of users to society. Lastly, strengthen the laws related to punishment for drug dealers who sell opioid and fentanyl or other potentially life-threatening drugs.ROBERT FESHBetter education and parenting is needed first of all. Enforce the laws on sellers to eliminate the source, very important. Drug courts and diversion programs will help for now, but we must provide the resources necessary to beat back the crisis.RICHARD TRIPPFirst, eliminate the drug source, then provide affordable drug rehabilitation.BRIAN CHIRICHIELLOWe need to spend some money to get help for those that want the help. We also need to put dealers behind bars for a long time.PATRICIA DOWLINGWorking with the professionals to secure treatment and aftercare, reviewing penalties currently in place relative to dealers.MARY TILLBeginning in elementary schools, w...

Metairie YMCA art camp 'brushes' fun for children with developmental disabilities - NOLA.com (blog)

Monday, September 19, 2016

Janet Brown added: "Ian hangs the pictures he's drawn and painted all over the house. But this is an opportunity for him to show off his work to other people."Anne Schexnaydre, who lives in Norco, was one of the volunteers who assisted with the class.Young artist John Brescher stands by the gallery of all the campers work. (submitted photo) "Art is relaxing," she said. "There are so many things that kids with autism can't do. But when they do art and see their work displayed it is very exciting for them as well as their families."Sidney Coleman, 4, was one of the youngest artists in the class, but that didn't stop him from plunging into the class with all his energy, said his mother, Ashley Coleman."Sidney really got involved in the art class," she said. "This is the first time he's done something like this. It was good for him because it helped get him out of his comfort zone, and it was in a fun and creative environment."For information about the Brushes, Buddies and Beyond art class at the East Jefferson YMCA contact Tiggeman at 504.888.9622. ext. 107.Earl Hodges writes about people and events in East Jefferson. He can be contacted at earlhodges@msn.com.