Lucy Ann Lance Business Insider, 1290 WLBY – Thursday, March 15, 2012

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MRun:  Will Kane, Training Chair; Michelle Lapin & Allison Reid, Social Events Coordinators – Race Across MichiganThe running club of the University of Michigan will be running 182 miles with a purpose next weekend, as members participate in Race Across Michigan to help raise funds for Special Olympics.
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Dexter Area Chamber of Commerce:  Virginia Ryan, Chair, Dexter Pioneer Arts Fair; Abby Erickson Goldberg, Chamber Executive Director; Bene Fusilier, President, Dexter Historical Society - Ever heard of tatting or scrimshaw?  Know how to tie a fly?  Looking to have a silhoutte cutting done?  Preserving those master crafts from long ago is the aim of the annual Pioneer Arts Fair sponsored by the Dexter Historical Society.  Note:  Due to the recent tornado activity in Dexter, this event has been cancelled.  Check the Dexter Historical Society’s website here for further updates.
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Tech Thursday:  Jacob Bodnar, Host of Tech Daily – Launch of the new iPad: Apple’s latest version of the iPad makes its debut Friday.  Jacob tells us what’s new in this third generation device and how it stacks up to other tablets.  He provides us with an excellent primer on this hot technology. 
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B2B Expo:  Jill Tewsley, Events & Promotions Manager, & Dave Martel, Marketing Director, AnnArbor.com -This year’s business expo sponsored by AnnArbor.com features a great line-up of exhibitors and seminars for you to attend at no cost.  Learn how to put together a business plan, maximize your use of your smart phone, access entrepreneurial resources, along with many other educational tools.
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Whitmore Lake Chamber of Commerce  (division of the Greater  Brighton Chamber):  Tom Lombardi, Co-Owner,  Whitmore Lake Tavern - Pizza, ribs, and reuben sandwiches, are all signature fare at the Whitmore Lake Tavern.  This family-friendly gathering spot with a view of the lake,  even makes its own pizza dough.
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