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Us vs. them

We hear it all the time: We live in a “me” society. Most of us, at some point, have asked, “What’s in this for me? 739 more words

Associations

Student £15 Membership / £50 Student Founder Membership

With a Student Membership at Picturehouse you get a whole host of benefits at discounts at Picturehouse Cinemas nationwide.

Why become a Student Member?

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Members' Free Preview: Mr Holmes

Sunday 14 June, 11.00am

Don’t miss your chance to see Sir Ian McKellen as Sherlock Holmes!

Mr Holmes (PG)
Director: Bill Condon
Starring: Ian McKellen, Laura Linney. 246 more words

Mr Holmes

Working Together for the Good of Rotary: A Membership Initiative

The Vancouver Metropolitan-Area Membership Strategy

By Gayle Knepper, Rotary Coordinator, Z24W

When District 5040 (BC) leaders held the annual strategic planning meeting for the 2014-15 year, a topic discussed in depth was the health of clubs and the membership decline which had occurred over time. 1,184 more words

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Electronics Industry Leaders Present a Unified Voice on Capitol Hill

By John Hasselmann, IPC vice president of government relations

IPC understands that presenting a unified voice for the electronics industry is essential for advancing policies that affect the industry’s long-term future and strengthens the U.S. 496 more words

IPC

Happy 80th Newfoundland and Labrador

In her letter to the members of the Newfoundland and Labrador WI, President Jane Laite writes:

Spring is a special time of year. Many of the memorable activities that we enjoy in the Women’s Institutes occur at this time of year.

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Benefits of Being an ASHA Member

A graduate student studying speech language pathology at Columbia University, Alexandra Karlson also taught at Hunter College Elementary School while pursuing her degree. Committed to staying active within the professional community, Alexandra Karlson belongs to the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA) as a student member. 211 more words

Alexandra Karlson