• To the children: Hold on. We are on our way.
  • The children and the phonograph had long ago attended to that.
  • The Jews answered, 'His blood be on us and on our children.'
  • What, not to make your family, man and provide for your children?

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Any other person or entity that has an ongoing relationship with the child or grandparent such that the person or entity would reasonably rely on the power of attorney unless notified of the termination.The grandparent shall make the notifications not later than one week after the date the power of attorney terminates.

When a power of attorney created pursuant to section of the Revised Code terminates pursuant to division (A)(1), (2), (3), or (4) of section of the Revised Code, the grandparent designated as the attorney in fact shall notify, in writing, all of the following: The school district in which the child attends school; The child's health care providers; The child's health insurance coverage provider; The court in which the power of attorney was filed under section of the Revised Code; The parent who is not the residential parent and legal custodian and who is required to be given notice under section of the Revised Code; Any other person or entity that has an ongoing relationship with the child or grandparent such that the person or entity would reasonably rely on the power of attorney unless notified of the termination.The grandparent shall make the notifications not later than one week after the date the power of attorney terminates. Amended by 129th General AssemblyFile No.180, HB 279, §1, eff. 3/20/2013.

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Child care providers serving counties within a region;

No child abuse and child neglect advisory board that serves a single county and that, in any fiscal year, uses funds allocated under this section as start-up costs for a children's advocacy center may use any amount out of any funds so allocated to the advisory board for the same center in a different fiscal year or for a different center in any fiscal year. No child abuse and child neglect advisory board that serves a multicounty district and that, in any fiscal year, uses funds so allocated to the advisory board as start-up costs of a children's advocacy center in relation to a particular county within the district may use any amount out of any funds so allocated to the advisory board, in relation to the same county, for the same center in a different fiscal year or for a different center in any fiscal year.