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Buckner to host foster care and adoption information meeting

Provided by Buckner Children and Family Services

Buckner Children and Family Services will present a free foster care and adoption information meeting at on Tuesday, Aug. 12, at 6 p.m. at Buckner Children's Home located at 129 Brentwood Avenue.

A Buckner representative will give an overview of foster care and adoption options in Texas, including foster-to-adopt, Waiting Texas Children, domestic infant adoption and international adoption programs. For information or a reservation to attend the meeting, please call Patricia Clemmons at 806-795-7151 or email, pclemmons@buckner.org.

For more than 135 years, Buckner Children and Family Services has been transforming lives through hands-on ministry, serving the most vulnerable from the beginning to the ending of life. Buckner is one of the oldest and most unique faith-based social service organizations of its kind, serving more than half a million people each year in the United States and worldwide. To learn more about foster care and adoption services through Buckner, visit beafamily.org.


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