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  • Africans in Phoenix to learn may wind up being the teachers
    Africans in Phoenix to learn may wind up being the teachers
    On June 25, 2015, Arizona State University (ASU) hosted a welcome reception for 25 members of the 2015 Mandela Washington Fellowship for Young African Leaders program. The AE England Building in downtown Phoenix came to life with flags...
  • ITA raises money and funds at June event
    ITA raises money and funds at June event
    Carrie Ann Inaba is known by most as a judge on Dancing with the Stars yet the former dancer is also the National Spokesperson for Dréa’s Dream, a dance therapy program for children with cancer and special needs. As such, shewas given the...
  • Youth charity program fosters hope and sports for orphans in the Dominican
    Youth charity program fosters hope and sports for orphans in the Dominican
    Aiming to provide underprivileged children across the globe with the opportunity to play, compete, and enjoy sports through access to equipment and instruction, Northbrook-based youth charity Gear for Goals (G4G) recently boosted their efforts in...
  • Barack Obama - The United Nations Conference on Climate Change
    Will 2015 be a turning point in the fight against climate change?
    The United Nations Conference on Climate Change scheduled to be held in Paris in December 2015 will aim to reach a new agreement between the States involved in the negotiation process in order to limit greenhouse gases emissions and the rise in...
  • One Tail at a Time fetches an adoption center for Chicagoland dogs
    One Tail at a Time fetches an adoption center for Chicagoland dogs
    Since its founding in 2008, One Tail at a Time (OTAT) has rescued more than 1,000 dogs. Come August 1, even more canines will increase their odds for happiness when OTAT opens an adoption center in Chicago’s Bucktown neighborhood.“More...
  • Coors Light sponsors free concert series
    Coors Light sponsors free concert series
    San Antonio residents have a good reason to head downtown this summer.There will be free concerts presented by San Antonio Current and sponsored by Coors Light on Tuesday nights.The Coors Light Free Concert Series location is at the Arneson River...
  • Nonprofit Letters
    Patrick M. Rooney, Ph.D., presents 501(c) Success: Giving USA on June 26
    Patrick M. Rooney, Ph.D., Associate Dean for Academic Affairs and Research at the Lilly Family School of Philanthropy at Indiana University, will present 501(c) Success: Giving USA on June 26 at the Kauffman Foundation Conference Center in Kansas...
  • Ethics issues not new in professional sports
    Ethics issues not new in professional sports
    “Lack of ethics is not new in sports,” said Denise Meridith, Founder of youth sports non-profit Linking Sports & Communities (LSC), “Cheaters have been plaguing professional sports since the Black Sox scandal of 1919.”...
  • Join Ravens’ Super Champions O.J. Brigance and Justin Tucker for ZUMBATHON FOR ALS on June 5th
    ZUMBATHON FOR ALS Features Super Bowl Champions O.J. Brigance & Justin Tucker
    On June 5, 2015, burn off some calories for a good cause. Merritt Athletic Club and the Brigance Brigade Foundation will be hosting its 2nd annual Zumbathon for ALS. The Zumbathon for ALS will be on Friday June 5, 2015 from 6:30-8:30 PM at the...
  • Beach Vacations
    Top travel destinations for women.
    Are you ready to get away and take the very needed break for reward for all your hard work? Well there is always a time to take a break and recharge your brilliant entrepreneurial spirit. Women are notorious for not remembering that it is OK for...
  • Chicago hosts Americans for the Arts convention
    Chicago hosts Americans for the Arts convention
    Local artists, governmental arts advocates and innovative thought leaders inside and outside the arts community will be in Chicago for the Americans for the Arts convention (June 12-14).“Americans for the Arts is our nation’s premier...
  • Athlete loses limb and gains bigger heart
    Athlete loses limb and gains bigger heart
    Andre Slay would have been the envy of most young men in Arkansas: a bright, handsome, young man who liked fast planes and fast motorcycles. Then, in 2006, a motorcycle accident cost him his right leg. Most would have been discouraged, spent the...
  • Loving Kindness returns to Phoenix
    Loving Kindness returns to Phoenix
    The morning of May 16, 2015, a roomful of people gathered at the Parson’s Center for Health and Wellness in downtown Phoenix. Most did not know what to expect, but were curious about this unique opportunity to see relics that were over 2000...
  • Korean Pavilion at Expo 2015
    Korea spices sports nutrition at 2015 World Exhibition
    The next Winter Olympics will not take place until 2018, but host country Korea is already showing how to warm up and power up for a cold climate with hot foods that boost nutrition. Korea features traditional “Hansik” cuisine as a...
  • Diamondbacks, gila monsters and Mohaves, oh my
    Diamondbacks, gila monsters and Mohaves, oh my
    Arizonans look forward to shaking their plastic rattles during DBacks games this summer. Arizonans should run the other way when they hear the rattling of real diamondbacks. Unfortunately, many people do not, resulting in more challenges forDr....
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