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- n. Any skill, normally learned as a child, that is needed to participate in everyday life
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The first was a new lifeskill radio drama I was suppose to write.
We need more government job training and lifeskill programs but less wellfare-There has to be a plan perse-its never just clear cut- And I dnt like Jesse or Al, there time as influential leaders has since pass-they are more influential with senior citizens but the young people like Micheal Dyson, Cornell West-Obama
Remember when I wrote about that elementary school near my office that puts a "lifeskill of the week" on the marquis?
This day will allow youth to meet at the MACC bldg and be picked up at 8am to 1pm by the drivers of Pastor Vic's Family Life Fellowship Staff they will be taken to (2) of his locations broken into age appropriate groups to enjoy different games, lifeskill activities, breakfast snack, lunch, and educational seminars on HIV and Drug awareness.
The women begin and end each day with lifeskill classes led by volunteers from surrounding communities.