Indomitable Arts

Summary

Indomitable Arts – Actor, producer, writer; Gloria Mann has an extensive career in theatre, film and television and continues to act with many of the great actors and directors of our time. She is also the survivor of several traumas and difficult life circumstances. She once considered herself lucky to be alive; now she knows that luck had little to do with it. She survived these events as most of us do; by taking a single step, falling down, and then picking herself up again.

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JRT Health Registry

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The Jack Russell Terrier Health Registry database contains the test results for several genetic conditions found in Jack Russell Terriers.

You can search the Health Registry using a full or partial dog name, a test number and/or by a test name (i.e., PLL, DM, SCA, etc). For more information on these tests, please visit our testing and glossary pages.

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JRT Research Foundation

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In 1997, the Jack Russell Research Foundation (JRTRF) was incorporated as a non-profit organization. With support provided by the Jack Russell Terrier Club of America (JRTCA), Jack Russell owners concerned about the genetic health of the terrier formed the Foundation.

The Jack Russell Research Foundation will encourage, promote and support the development and/or maintenance of research related to genetic defects found in the Jack Russell Terrier by, among other means, making gifts or grants to other Section 501(c)(3) organizations engaged in such research.

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Diabetes Alert Dog Alliance

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The mission of the Diabetes Alert Dog Alliance (DADA) is to create an Alliance between breeders, trainers, and consumers, offering resources on diabetic alert dogs.   Funds raised go to support research and education projects that align with the Diabetes Alert Dog Alliance’s mission and vision. Funds also cover basic overhead items.  Note: this organization is no longer in business.

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Garage Doors & More

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Garage Doors & More is a family owned and operated garage door repair business. We service the entire Benton and Washington counties in Northwestern Arkansas. Give us a call at (479) 250-2069 and we will do our best to provide same day service or schedule an appointment of your preference.

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Miller Heights Neighborhoods Association

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The Miller Heights Neighborhoods Association (MHNA) is a civic organization, not a homeowner’s association, created about twenty years ago by neighbors who successfully organized to prevent the re-districting of our community to different schools.

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KECH, Inc.

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KECH, Inc., a Woman Owned Small Business (WOSB), brings knowledge and experience that spans 45+ years of success in IT services, with a recent focus on mission critical contact center support for clients in the Civilian and DHS sectors.

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Glenwood Pet Awnings

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Glenwood Pet Awnings has been showing dogs and traveling to dog trials and shows for more than a decade. Our pen covers have evolved from our experience with our dogs and through the requests of our clients. Through our constant development, we have been able to lower the costs of our covers and discover better materials.

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JRTCA Yearbook

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The purpose of the Jack Russell Terrier Club of America (JRTCA) is to preserve the versatility, working ability, unique character, and physical and mental soundness of the Jack Russell Terrier, to protect the terrier through the JRTCA’s principles, unique registration process, and ongoing educational efforts and to maintain the working heritage of the Jack Russell Terrier.

The JRTCA Yearbook contains JRTCA sanctioned trial results, a Gallery of Champions, Bronze Medallion and Working Achievement Award recipients.

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Washington Woodworkers Guild

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The Washington Woodworking Guild (WWG) is dedicated to the preservation, enhancement and sharing of woodworking knowledge among ourselves and our community.

Since its founding in 1980 the Washington Woodworkers’ Guild’s (WWG) primary goals have been the education of its members in all aspects of woodworking and the promotion of interest in woodworking in the Washington metropolitan area. Efforts toward these goals have taken various forms: demonstrations at monthly meetings; technical seminars by nationally known experts; exhibitions of members’ work; maintenance of a woodworking videotape library; book and tool purchasing programs; and the publication of a semi-monthly newsletter

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