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She rides a Harley and wears a full-length fur, but don't draw any conclusions about Trina Dru Gordon. The president and chief executive officer of Boyden World Corp. racks up mileage these days in a conservative navy pinstripe suit and prefers...
This week Today Lunch & Learn - Poised to Impress, noon, Pompano Beach CRA Business Resource Center, 50 NE First Street, Pompano Beach. Presented by: Elaine M. Simmons, Exclusive Corporate Image, LLC. $15 incudes lunch. 954-586-1132 Build Your Total...
BIGGER BANG THEORY: United Way's new approach stresses teamwork, accountability to strengthen firstname.lastname@example.orgThermometers are out. The Heart of Kentucky United Way no longer uses those devices to measure and show how much money it has raised to distribute to non-profit agencies in the communities it serves. “It’s got to be more than just...
A group of adult education students held a rally Wednesday to demand greater funding for adult education programs. About 30 members of the group United Adult Students gathered at the Evans Community Adult School in downtown Los Angeles to gather...
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Christine "Chrissy" Hodny, a senior mechanical engineering major from Aberdeen, has been selected to participate in a prestigious group of student leaders at the South Dakota School of Mines and Technology. The Professional Development Institute is...
Voters got a chance to question 10 of the 13 candidates running for four open seats on the Oak Park and River Forest High school board. The forum, held March 7 at Buzz Cafe in Oak Park, drew about 25 community members, who determined which questions the...
email@example.comMercer County students will begin classes for the 2013-2014 year on Aug. 7, one day earlier than last year, according to a plan approved by the board during the regular February meeting. The first student holiday will be Labor Day, Sept. 2, followed...
When Winnetka teacher John Pappas was in college, his sights were set on becoming a dentist. But after several of the science students Pappas was tutoring at Illinois Institute of Technology told him he was a natural-born teacher, he started thinking...
The top five finalists for the 2013 Harford County Teacher of the Year Award were announced by Harford County Public Schools Monday: Tara N. Buecker, Jarrettsville Elementary School physical education/health teacher; J. Laura Childs, Edgewood High...
Staff writer, @DA_AmberRSomerset County Technology Center joint committee members approved the 2013-14 final budget during their meeting Thursday. The $4.26 million budget is $101,635 less than last year's spending plan. Administrative director Karen Remick said...
City Colleges of Chicago deserves credit for recognizing the critical need to get more adult Chicagoans into higher education and for proactively targeting underserved communities, as featured in “City Colleges of Chicago shifts adult education...
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