Helping Hands Executive Director Jill Althizer stands in the midst of the baby boutique where clients can spend “baby bucks” earned by attending a variety of parenting classes offered by the center.
Helping Hands Executive Director Jill Althizer stands in the midst of the baby boutique where clients can spend “baby bucks” earned by attending a variety of parenting classes offered by the center. Debbie Sebastian Special to Sierra Star
Helping Hands Executive Director Jill Althizer stands in the midst of the baby boutique where clients can spend “baby bucks” earned by attending a variety of parenting classes offered by the center. Debbie Sebastian Special to Sierra Star

Helping Hands celebrates 19 years

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