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SHRM Luncheon

Date(s): 12/11/2014

Thursday, December 11, 2014 from 11:00AM to 1:00PM

Windsor Park Conference Center, 4020 Edison Lakes Pkwy, Mishawaka, IN 46545
Monthly luncheon of the Society of Human Resource Management. "2014 Legislative Update." Presenter: Alison Fox, Esq. of Faegre Baker Daniels, LLP. Get the latest on HR legislation and how it affects your business.
Hugh Johnson, 574-361-3919, hughjohnson@spherion.com

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The Healthy Communities Conference

Date(s): 12/8/2014, 12/9/2014

Mon, Dec. 8 from 9 am to 6:15 pm & Tues, Dec. 9 from 7 am to 2:30 pm.

Westin Hotel, 50 S. Capitol Avenue, Indianapolis, IN 46204
The Healthy Communities Conference, sponsored by the Indiana Governor’s Council for People with Disabilities, is bringing together Indiana citizens and leaders together to reduce community violence, increase community health and create sustainable Indiana communities. Keynote speakers include: Dr. Mary Paterson, a national authority on how violence affects public health, families and communities. Dr. Paterson’s presentation will be followed by a reactor panel of state government, religious, public safety and other community leaders discussing how violence affects Indiana communities. Mick Cornett, mayor of Oklahoma City, will present on how his administration has helped transform Oklahoma City into an award-winning, healthy, livable urban center. Registration ranges from $55-$155.

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South Bend/Mishawaka Relay for Life 2015 Kickoff Event

Date(s): 1/21/2015

Wednesday January 21, 2015 from 6:00-8:00 pm

Knights of Columbus Hall, 114 W 1st St, Mishawaka, IN 46544
Come help us kickoff our relay event and learn about cancer.
Lisa Knapp 574-361-1462 lknapp1971@gmail.com

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H.O.T. Hear Our Tears

Date(s): 10/13/2014, 11/10/2014, 12/8/2014, 1/12/2015

Every 2nd Monday per month from 6 p.m to 8 p.m

520 W Western Ave, South Bend, IN 46601
NO Abuse, Bullying, Violence. S.O.S workshop. Please join us for free H.O.T dinner.
574 300-2747

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Smart Money for Seniors OPEN REGISTRATION

Date(s): 9/29/2014, 9/30/2014, 10/1/2014, 10/2/2014

September 29 through October 2nd

REAL Services, 1151 S. Michigan Street, South Bend
Smart Money for Seniors is a money management workshop and will beheld at the Campus of Ivy Tech South Bend on October 7th. Topics: Dave Ramsey for Seniors, Smart Shopping, Insurance Options, protecting your money.
Joan Cuson

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Astrophysics to Zebrafish: 150 Years of Science at Notre Dame

Date(s): 8/23/2014, 9/27/2014, 10/25/2014, 11/22/2014, 12/27/2014, 1/24/2015

August 23, 2014 – August 2, 2015 from 10:00 am - 5:00 pm

Center for History, Raclin Gallery of Notre Dame History
In 1865, just 23 years after the University of Notre Dame was founded, the school established science as a course of study. Over the last 150 years, the field has grown into a major educational and research enterprise at the school. Today, Notre Dame’s College of Science offers courses in applied mathematics and statistics, biological science, chemistry and biochemistry, mathematics, and physics. Research efforts of the nearly 2,500 faculty and students in Notre Dame’s College of Science achieve significant results. Through such artifacts as early lab equipment, molecule models, and fossils, the exhibit captures all the intrigue and discovery of science, as well as the moments of research that have impacted the country, and indeed, the world.
Marilyn Thompson, 574-235-9664, mthompson@centerforhistory.org

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World War I: The War to End All Wars

Date(s): 2/15/2014, 3/15/2014, 4/19/2014, 5/17/2014, 6/21/2014, 7/19/2014, 8/16/2014, 9/20/2014, 10/18/2014, 11/15/2014, 12/20/2014

February 15, 2014 - December 31, 2014

Center for History - 808 W. Washington South Bend, IN 46601
It was 100 years ago in 1914 that World War I began with the murder of Archduke Ferdinand. Nation after nation lined up to fight on either the side of the Entente, led by France, or the Central Powers, led by Imperial Germany. These alliances had been building for over 20 years, with each side nursing old wounds and ready for revenge against past insults. All anticipated the battles would be over by Christmas, thinking new and improved technology would provide a definitive edge. Little did they conceive of a war that would last until 1918 and encompass the entire globe. Nor did they anticipate that it would cost the lives of 10 million soldiers, severely impair another 20 million and create 10 million refugees. In the summer of 1914, the war looked like a chance to prove one’s manhood rather than--as it became--a descent into hell.
Marilyn Thompson, 574-235-9664, marketing@centerforhistory.org

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