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Saline Area Chamber of Commerce: Organized Event Planning – Laurie Dawson, Owner – There’s a new way to host a non-profit fundraiser. Saline’s Laurie Dawson has launched Organized Event Planning to raise money for local non-profit groups in a more coordinated fashion. In addition, she is publishing a new monthly magazine focusing on the schools, library, senior citizens, chamber and other activities. The first issue debuts next month. For more info, contact Laurie at 734.546.8421 or email her at email@example.com.
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Wellness Wednesday: The Art of Science – Dr. Deborah Gumucio, Cell Biologist / Founder, Center for Organogenesis – If you are looking for something highly unusual at the Ann Arbor Art Fair, you will want to check out a booth on East University Avenue where the art for sale isn’t just beautiful, but it might also save lives.
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Manchester Area Chamber of Commerce: Manchester Chicken Broil – Janet Larson, Chamber President: A community effort of volunteers gets underway Thursday, as the Manchester Chicken Broil stokes up the grill and mixes up that famous coleslaw.
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Ann Arbor City Club – Susan Smith Gray, President; Stephanie Kadel Tara, President Elect; Greg Fleming, General Manager – In 1951 a group of ten women set out to locate an appropriate facility for women’s organizations to meet in a comfortable and congenial atmosphere. They found such a place in the Canfield residence. The original name was the Ann Arbor Women’s City Club (AAWCC). Dr. Roy Bishop Canfield, a professor of medicine at the University of Michigan Hospital, had purchased the home at 1830 Washtenaw from Charles Spooner in 1915. The original house dates back to 1886. Today, the Ann Arbor City Club offers fine dining, classes, interest groups, guest speakers, community service, theme parties, event hosting privileges, fun and friendship! And it’s never been more economical to join.
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