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December/November 2010


Click picture to view larger image. JAMIE is an adorable, African-American little girl born in 1998 who loves Dora the Explorer, Tinkerbelle, Barbie, and anything PINK. Although she has a significant cognitive disability and some medical concerns, Jamie loves being involved in activities such as football games, hiking, and the zoo. Jamie has become very attached to her foster family in which she has absolutely blossomed. Jamie is presently attending a regular elementary school where she is in a special classroom. She thrives on routine and stability. Jamie needs a family to help her continue to grow and learn more about the wonderful things in the world. Can you be the one to help her?

Adopted!


Click picture to view larger image. Jowelle is an African-American girl born in 1996 currently in foster care and legally free for adoption.  She gets a kick from cruising on her bicycle, roller skating, and knocking down pins at the bowling alley.  She has lots of BFFs (Best Friends Forever), and her sense of humor keeps them all in stitches.  She would like to take swimming lessons.  A forever family is sought for this young girl, who for now is just enjoying being a child, although she plans to become a teacher.  She was on the Honor Roll all year during 4th grade and also received a perfect attendance award for that year.  Jowelle is a twin being placed separately from her brothers and sisters.  She likes to be the center of attention and prefers to be the only child in an African-American family.

Not Currently Seeking Adoption

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October 2010


Click picture to view larger image. Jowelle is an African-American girl born in 1996 currently in foster care and legally free for adoption.  She gets a kick from cruising on her bicycle, roller skating, and knocking down pins at the bowling alley.  She has lots of BFFs (Best Friends Forever), and her sense of humor keeps them all in stitches.  She would like to take swimming lessons.  A forever family is sought for this young girl, who for now is just enjoying being a child, although she plans to become a teacher.  She was on the Honor Roll all year during 4th grade and also received a perfect attendance award for that year.  Jowelle is a twin being placed separately from her brothers and sisters.  She likes to be the center of attention and prefers to be the only child in an African-American family.

Not Currently Seeking Adoption


Click picture to view larger image. NYAIRE was born in 1999 and is a very affectionate, extremely intelligent, African-American boy.  He loves to laugh, play outside, shoot hoops, and ride his bicycle.  He attends regular counseling to help him express his feelings in an appropriate manner.  Wouldn’t you love the opportunity to become the adoptive family he awaits?

No Longer Interested in Adoption

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September 2010


Click picture to view larger image. PRINCE is a handsome, bi-racial boy born in 1997. He has dark brown hair and startling green eyes. He is a clever and resilient young man who enjoys individual attention. Prince has a great sense of humor and can be rather comical when he gets to be in the spotlight! He is placed in regular education classes. He has no developmental delays or medical concerns. Prince attends weekly counseling to help him with issues relating to separation and loss, frequent moves in foster care, and generally coping with the changes in his life. Prince loves playing cards, doing magic tricks, and playing computer/video games. Prince likes being a big brother and enjoys helping his younger sisters from whom he is placed separately. Prince needs a patient, loving family that will stick with him through his ups and downs and support him as he grows into the wonderful young man he is already becoming. Could you possibly be that family?

No longer interested in adoption


Click picture to view larger image. NA’HEIM, born in 2001, is legally free.  As his mother's second oldest child, he has a natural inclination toward leadership/strength.  His siblings have been adopted or are with their birth parents.  Very energetic with self-pride/determination, he is always willing to show off his muscles; watching him 'flex' while his face is scrunched with effort is a reminder of his spirit maintained through overwhelming hardships.  He loves to play games, especially Sorry and Uno, and is competitive. A sports fan, he is always up for a game of basketball or football.  He can be pleasant and affectionate. Throughout all of his life’s changes, Na'Heim has remained at grade level, a credit to his determination.  He falls within normal developmental levels, participates in therapy, and has an IEP.  He does extremely well when given a goal.  He has an endearing personality, tremendous potential for success, true innocence, and desire to succeed. Is yours the stable family that could provide loving role models to give Na'Heim an opportunity to excel?

Adopted!

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August 2010


Click picture to view larger image. BRITTANY, born in 2003, is looking forward to starting kindergarten. A wonderful little girl with a great deal of energy, she sings along with the radio and loves to laugh and be silly. Brittany is a curious, busy little girl who sometimes gets into things while exploring, a pretty natural thing for a typical child her age. Brittany has been in the same foster home for a long time and has had a good experience there. Although not placed with her sisters, Brittany enjoys visiting with them and looks up to them. Brittany's enthusiasm can be contagious - she needs a family who is able to keep up with her interests and her activities. Do you think you could keep up with Brittany?

Adopted!


Click picture to view larger image. KALIHA, an African-American female born in 2005, has black hair, a medium complexion, and big brown expressive eyes.  A cute, friendly toddler with a bright smile, she is active and inquisitive. She attends day care and usually plays well with other children; on occasion she becomes frustrated and a bit aggressive with peers and adults.  Kaliha receives services for her diagnosed speech delay.  Her frustration is likely related to her inability to properly express her emotions.  Kaliha also attends weekly therapy to help address behavior difficulties, as well as to process the emotions of being in foster care while waiting for her forever family.  Kaliha is up to date on immunizations and is healthy.  She enjoys most games and toys and has a good appetite for many different foods.  Kaliha has a good relationship with her current foster mother, whom she sees as a grandmother figure.  Her foster family is not an adoptive resource. Her foster mother is very involved in her care and will be an asset once her forever family is identified and a transition begins.

Adopted!

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July 2010


Click picture to view larger image. JAMIE is an adorable, African-American little girl born in 1998 who loves Dora the Explorer, Tinkerbelle, Barbie, and anything PINK. Although she has a significant cognitive disability and some medical concerns, Jamie loves being involved in activities such as football games, hiking, and the zoo. Jamie has become very attached to her foster family in which she has absolutely blossomed. Jamie is presently attending a regular elementary school where she is in a special classroom. She thrives on routine and stability. Jamie needs a family to help her continue to grow and learn more about the wonderful things in the world. Can you be the one to help her?

Adopted!


Click picture to view larger image. MESSIAH AND IYANA are a beautiful brother and sister who would love to be placed in a home where they could be together.  Right now, Messiah and Iyana are living in different foster homes, and they really enjoy the time that they have visiting together.  Messiah is eight years old and Iyana is six.  They are both active children who enjoy being outdoors.  Messiah and Iyana do well academically in school; however, both kids have had some behavioral issues which are improving.  Messiah and Iyana are children who could offer great deal to any family.  However, more than anything, they need a family that can be committed to them.  If you would like to make a difference for two wonderful kids while keeping very busy, these could be the children for you!

Iyana - Adopted!
Messiah - No Longer Interested in Adoption

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June 2010


Click picture to view larger image. Jowelle is an African-American girl born in 1996 currently in foster care and legally free for adoption.  She gets a kick from cruising on her bicycle, roller skating, and knocking down pins at the bowling alley.  She has lots of BFFs (Best Friends Forever), and her sense of humor keeps them all in stitches.  She would like to take swimming lessons.  A forever family is sought for this young girl, who for now is just enjoying being a child, although she plans to become a teacher.  She was on the Honor Roll all year during 4th grade and also received a perfect attendance award for that year.  Jowelle is a twin being placed separately from her brothers and sisters.  She likes to be the center of attention and prefers to be the only child in an African-American family.

Not Currently Seeking Adoption


Click picture to view larger image. NYAIRE was born in 1999 and is a very affectionate, extremely intelligent, African-American boy.  He loves to laugh, play outside, shoot hoops, and ride his bicycle.  He attends regular counseling to help him express his feelings in an appropriate manner.  Wouldn’t you love the opportunity to become the adoptive family he awaits?

No Longer Interested in Adoption

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May 2010


Click picture to view larger image. EDIE is an attractive young lady born in 1995. She is all girl!! She loves getting her nails done and experimenting with makeup. Edie is an active person who enjoys roller skating and swimming. In the past, she expressed an interest in learning how to play the violin. Edie is a sensitive person who cares about others. While attending camp one summer, she found that she had a gift for working with people with disabilities. Edie is also a determined person. Although this past year has been full of twists and turns, Edie is working hard to get herself back on track academically so she can pursue the career of her choice. There are many different facets to Edie - she is beautiful and full of life. She needs a family who can not only keep up with her but also steer her in the right direction. Might yours be that family?

Reached Age of Majority


Click picture to view larger image. PRINCE is a handsome, bi-racial boy born in 1997. He has dark brown hair and startling green eyes. He is a clever and resilient young man who enjoys individual attention. Prince has a great sense of humor and can be rather comical when he gets to be in the spotlight! He is placed in regular education classes. He has no developmental delays or medical concerns. Prince attends weekly counseling to help him with issues relating to separation and loss, frequent moves in foster care, and generally coping with the changes in his life. Prince loves playing cards, doing magic tricks, and playing computer/video games. Prince likes being a big brother and enjoys helping his younger sisters from whom he is placed separately. Prince needs a patient, loving family that will stick with him through his ups and downs and support him as he grows into the wonderful young man he is already becoming. Could you possibly be that family?

No longer interested in adoption

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April 2010


Click picture to view larger image. KALIHA, an African-American female born in 2005, has black hair, a medium complexion, and big brown expressive eyes.  A cute, friendly toddler with a bright smile, she is active and inquisitive. She attends day care and usually plays well with other children; on occasion she becomes frustrated and a bit aggressive with peers and adults.  Kaliha receives services for her diagnosed speech delay.  Her frustration is likely related to her inability to properly express her emotions.  Kaliha also attends weekly therapy to help address behavior difficulties, as well as to process the emotions of being in foster care while waiting for her forever family.  Kaliha is up to date on immunizations and is healthy.  She enjoys most games and toys and has a good appetite for many different foods.  Kaliha has a good relationship with her current foster mother, whom she sees as a grandmother figure.  Her foster family is not an adoptive resource. Her foster mother is very involved in her care and will be an asset once her forever family is identified and a transition begins.

Adopted!


Click picture to view larger image. NA’HEIM, born in 2001, is legally free.  As his mother's second oldest child, he has a natural inclination toward leadership/strength.  His siblings have been adopted or are with their birth parents.  Very energetic with self-pride/determination, he is always willing to show off his muscles; watching him 'flex' while his face is scrunched with effort is a reminder of his spirit maintained through overwhelming hardships.  He loves to play games, especially Sorry and Uno, and is competitive. A sports fan, he is always up for a game of basketball or football.  He can be pleasant and affectionate. Throughout all of his life’s changes, Na'Heim has remained at grade level, a credit to his determination.  He falls within normal developmental levels, participates in therapy, and has an IEP.  He does extremely well when given a goal.  He has an endearing personality, tremendous potential for success, true innocence, and desire to succeed. Is yours the stable family that could provide loving role models to give Na'Heim an opportunity to excel?

Adopted!

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March 2010


Click picture to view larger image. ALEXANDER is an active, happy boy born in 2000; he has a very creative imagination.  Alexander enjoys arts and crafts, running, jumping jacks, basketball, soccer, and softball.  He also enjoys watching Nickelodeon and Disney movies. His favorite subject in school is science.  Alexander loves to eat cheese on broccoli and cauliflower, and he likes carrots.  He is not a fan of spinach or peppermint.  Alexander has great plans for his life – when he grows up, he might like to be a police officer or an archeologist who digs for dinosaur bones.  Although he enjoys the beach, Alexander prefers swimming in a pool.  Alexander is a busy boy who is always thinking about something.  He needs an active family to love him, support him, and take pride in what he accomplishes.  Maybe Alexander could be a wonderful addition to your family!

Adopted!


Click picture to view larger image. ZHY'KERE is a handsome, African American boy; he was born in 2000.  He enjoys learning and is doing well in school.  Zhy’kere has some learning disabilities but is working with his school to overcome them.  He has made great academic improvements.  Zhy’kere enjoys playing outside, engaging in activities with others, and visiting with his sister.  He is a healthy child and is up to date with his immunizations.  Zhy’kere is a special little boy looking for a forever family to love him and to meet his special needs.

Adopted!

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February 2010


Click picture to view larger image. MAHOGANY, ADRIENE, AND BRITTANY are beautiful sisters born in 1999, 2000 and 2003 respectively.  They are hoping for a family desiring three girls!   As the oldest child, Mahogany is very solicitous of both her sisters, while Adriene is especially protective of Brittany.  The girls each have distinct personalities.  Mahogany is soft-spoken and very kind; Adriene is talkative and outgoing; Brittany loves to laugh and has a great deal of energy.  The girls also have many interests – they like to sing and play outdoors. They are doing well in school.  Mahogany, Adriene, and Brittany are ready to stop moving and begin living permanently with a family open to welcoming these three girls together with all the opportunities they will bring.  Mahogany, Adriene, and Brittany are creative and smile often. They would be a wonderful addition to any family in which they would be able to express themselves individually as well as together.  Maybe yours is the family needed to sing along with these girls and help them find new outlets for their songs.

Mahogany, Adriene and Brittany: Adopted!


Click picture to view larger image. MESSIAH AND IYANA are a beautiful brother and sister who would love to be placed in a home where they could be together.  Right now, Messiah and Iyana are living in different foster homes, and they really enjoy the time that they have visiting together.  Messiah is eight years old and Iyana is six.  They are both active children who enjoy being outdoors.  Messiah and Iyana do well academically in school; however, both kids have had some behavioral issues which are improving.  Messiah and Iyana are children who could offer great deal to any family.  However, more than anything, they need a family that can be committed to them.  If you would like to make a difference for two wonderful kids while keeping very busy, these could be the children for you!

Iyana - Adopted!
Messiah - No Longer Interested in Adoption

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January 2010


Click picture to view larger image. JAMIE is an adorable, African-American little girl born in 1998 who loves Dora the Explorer, Tinkerbelle, Barbie, and anything PINK. Although she has a significant cognitive disability and some medical concerns, Jamie loves being involved in activities such as football games, hiking, and the zoo. Jamie has become very attached to her foster family in which she has absolutely blossomed. Jamie is presently attending a regular elementary school where she is in a special classroom. She thrives on routine and stability. Jamie needs a family to help her continue to grow and learn more about the wonderful things in the world. Can you be the one to help her?

Adopted!


Click picture to view larger image. JOB is a sweet, entertaining boy born in 1998.  He enjoys playing video games and working with his hands.  An imaginative child, Job can entertain himself for long periods of time.  Job has had really difficult life experiences that have continued to present challenges for him.  However, he gets along well with his peers and really enjoys helping when he has a good sense of what he is doing.  Job is able to set realistic goals for himself and then work hard to accomplish those goals.  Job has come a long way in his life and needs a loving family to help him continue on the path to being the best person he can be.  Is yours able to be the family Job needs?

Adopted!

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