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101. Volunteer Lansing
call the Volunteer Center of Midmichigan at 203 references, as well as complete the agency’s volunteer Race-Day) Includes T-Shirt, Educational Materials, and

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Angel House will host their 1st Annual 5K Run/Walk on Saturday, June 12th. Registration begins at 8 am and the event kicks-off at 9 am. Location: Riverfront Park, Lansing River Trail. Volunteers are needed for participant registration, water stations, and to direct participants on the course. To volunteer, please call Kelly Walters at 887-9484.
Runner/Walker Entry Fee:
* Early-Registration = $15 per person (must be received by 5/10/04)
* Registration = $20 per person (5/10/04 up to Race-Day)
Includes T-Shirt, Educational Materials, and Refreshments To register as a participant, please call Ray Holman at 887-9765.
The Beekman Therapeutic Riding Program is seeking 3 to 4 adult volunteers to work with disabled children June 13 to June 18th at a riding camp in Grayling Michigan on the AuSable River. Volunteers will provide 24 hour volunteer supervision for teenage and adults with disabilities. Volunteers will be able to enjoy fishing, go-carts, speed boating, swimming, crafts and nature center along with the campers. We leave from Beekman center on Sunday June 13 and will return Friday June 18 at 12: P.M. Each Chaperone will be paired with 7-8 campers and 1 assistant from the camp. If you want to brighten someone’s life who doesn’t get to do much any other time during the year, this is the most rewarding experience you can be a part of. To learn more please contact Wendy Turner at 332.1616 ext. 202.

102. Kalamazoo Regional Educational Service Agency - Education Services
The group received a grant from the Kalamazoo Regional educational Service Agency’s education for the Arts program to collaborate on this distinctive
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Relay for Life Kalamazoo RESA is sponsoring a team for the annual Relay for Life, June 18-19 at Loy Norrix High School. The money raised at this event benefits the American Cancer Society. If you would like to sign up to walk or make a donation, please email
Kelly Kuhlmann
at the Service Center, or call 385.1(585). For a $10 donation, our team will decorate a luminary in honor of someone in your life who was affected by cancer. Please join your friends and coworkers as we work together and walk for a cure!

103. Michigan SBCEU Listing System - View Sponsors
By Category. By Month. By Sponsor. Catalog. Sponsors. Logon. Contact Us. Sponsors (click on a sponsor to view a map to that sponsor) Airport Community Schools. 11270 Grafton. Carleton, MI 48117. Contact Socol, Hinde @ 313832-8320
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4660 S. Hagadorn, Suite 500
East Lansing, Michigan 48823
Contact Guerin,Sandra @ (517) 333-4384
Email: Airport Community Schools
11270 Grafton
Carleton, MI 48117
Contact Socol, Hinde @ 313-832-8320
Email: Allegan County ISD
310 Thomas Street Allegan, MI 49010-9158 Contact Lukins, Jody @ 269-673-2161 Email: Aquinas College 1607 Robinson Road SE Grand Rapids, Michigan 49506 Contact Robbins, Steve @ (616)459-8281 x4464 Email: Baker College of Flint 1050 W. Bristol Road Flint, Michigan 48507 Contact Mansfield, Karen @ 810-766-4256 Email: Battle Creek Langauge and Culture Center 7 Heritage Oak Lane #4 Battle Creek, Michigan 49015 Contact Kubota, Carol E. @ (269) 979-8432 Email: Bay De Noc Community College 2001 North Lincoln Rd Escanaba, MI 49829-2511

104. Michigan Credit Union League Home
Johnson has pledged firm adherence to safety and soundness — tempered by regulatory flexibility — at her first appearance before a michigan CU audience in
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Forums Classifieds ... Banker Threat Focus of June 24 Internet Broadcast The MCUL and CUNA will offer a complimentary live Internet broadcast on Thursday, June 24, detailing the growing intensity of the banker attacks on CUs and the CU tax exemption — and what CUs can do to fight back. Michigan CUs Get Their ‘Ducks in a Row’ in D.C. Michigan CUs have come up with a novel and memorable way to underscore CU uniqueness and the justification for the CU tax exemption to their federal lawmakers. MCUL Board Gathers in Washington; Elections Held CUcorp and Michigan CU Foundation elections were agenda highlights when the MCUL Board of Directors met June 9 in Washington, D.C. Lawmakers, Aides Share Breakfast with Moon Chapter More than 30 CU leaders shared a morning meal and conversation with three state lawmakers and two federal legislative aides when the Moon Chapter held its Legislative Breakfast May 24. A total of some $2,500 was raised in the “Grand Hotel Raffle” for MCULAF, held during the 2004 MCUL Annual Convention and Exposition May 20-22 in Detroit.

105. TSSA (Technology Standards For School Administrators)
TSSA DocumentClick here to view the full TSSA Document (PDF). ANNOUNCING! ISTE adopts the TSSA standards as the National Educational Technology Standards for
Technology Standards
School Administrators (TSSA)
Collaborative Purpose:

To develop a national consensus on Technology Standards for School Administrators. TSSA News
TSSA Document
Click here to view the full TSSA Document (PDF) ANNOUNCING! ISTE adopts the TSSA standards as the National Educational Technology Standards for Administrators (NETS*A). (PDF Format 02/28/02 Printer Friendly Version)
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The TSSA Collaborative includes: PARTICIPATING ORGANIZATIONS Not-for-profit organizations that have applied and been approved by the TSSA Collaborative as Participating Organizations in the TSSA Standards Initiative are committed to s upporting the standards by providing expertise in the development and refinement of the standards, assistance in disseminating the standards, and support in implementing the TSSA Standards. Current members are:

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