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    #kimble - White Hashtag Ceramic 1.5oz Shot Glass
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    List Price: $15.95
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    • This is perfect for a party, gathering, or if you like drinking alone.
    • This shot glass is durable enough for the dishwasher or the microwave.
    • When you need a shot of whiskey, tequilla, vodka, gin, or whatever alcohol, look to our 1.5oz ceramic shot glass.

    #kimble - White Hashtag 20oz Stainless Steel Water Bottle with Carabiner
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    List Price: $21.99
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    • Rock climbing, Biking, or just want to carry some cold liquids? Check out our stainless steel water bottle with included carabiner.
    • DO NOT PUT IN MICROWAVE OR DISHWASHER. HANDWASH THIS ONLY!
    • This will keep your liquids cool as you tackle your day.

Is Acne Caused By Stress? Top Derms Explain This Beauty Myth

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Catholic Charities names director for Claire's House

Claire's House is going to be a home.

That's how Leah Kimble-Price, who has been named director for Claire's House, envisions the residence where a dozen young girls, victims of sexual exploitation and human trafficking, will begin to heal.

"In my many years as a clinician, visiting group homes and talking with children about what's missing, often it's just a home where they can relax," she said.

In addition to the professional services required to meet the needs of the commercially sexually exploited children, Kimble-Price, a licensed marriage and family therapist with many years of clinical experience, is looking to give them a home.

"The same way I was raised in my home," said the third-generation Oaklander.

That goal is part of what draws her to Claire's House, the Diocese of Oakland and Catholic Charities of the East Bay's project to take care