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12.19.11: News about people, groups

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Charles Phaneuf, former managing director, Joe’s Movement Emporium, Mt. Ranier, Md., named executive director, Raleigh Little Theatre.

Adam Hartzell, senior state attorney general for consumer affairs and former executive director, InterAct, Raleigh, named executive director, Center for International Understanding, University of North Carolina system.

Jacob’s Ladder Job Center, Charlotte, named classroom for Steffi Travis, former executive director.

Youth Villages North Carolina has served over 2,500 troubled children and their families throughout the state in their own homes as alternative to group homes and residential treatment.

Jan. 4, 2012, is deadline for submitting applications to Junior League of Charlotte for its Cornerstone project, which will expand from healthy child initiative to healthy family initiative.

Charlotte Mecklenburg Housing Partnership teamed with Extreme Makeover: Home Edition to provide education on money-management and homeownership for family in Lincolnton.

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