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Brianna Heim gets assistance from her service dog, Emily, opening a pantry door March 3, 2018, at her residence. Brianna's parents attended the 2010 Special Needs Summit where they learned about an organization that breeds, raises and trains service dogs in order to provide them to veterans, adults and children with disabilities. Emily can also help Brianna pick things up, carry items and other everyday tasks. (U.S. Air Force photo by Todd Cromar) Special Needs Summit set for March 15
More than 80 resources throughout the local area will converge on base March 15 to participate in the Families with Special Needs Summit at The Landing ballroom.
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Jamal Braxton poses on the track at Northridge High School in Layton, Utah, March 21. Braxton recently was named the 2017 Operation Homefront Air Force Military Child of the Year. (Air Force photo/Todd Cromar) Air Force Child of the Year exemplifies volunteerism, leadership
Jamal Braxton, the 2017 Operation Homefront Air Force Military Child of the Year Award recipient, has excelled in multiple varsity sports at Northridge High School in Layton and holds a bright future with his acceptance into the U.S. Air Force Academy, but Braxton likes to focus most on his experiences as a volunteer with the Red Cross and the Airmen and Family Readiness Center while living abroad in Germany and during his last three years living here.
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