Creekside pupils dedicate Christmas tree to anti-bullying efforts; U of M class trains musicians in end-of-life care
From pupils dedicating a Christmas tree to anti-bullying efforts to a University of Michigan course training musicians to work with ill and dying people, here’s a
roundup of some of the stories posted on AnnArbor.com’s Community Wall this week:
Student Ambassadors of the Operation Nice Anti-bullying program dedicate their school Christmas tree to anti-bullying efforts. Students from Creekside Elementary deck out the school's Christmas tree with a "Spread the Nice" theme.
By: Kathy Holtz: Bedside Musician Training Offered at U of MThe Music for Healing and Transition Program is offering classes in early 2013 in Ann Arbor for musicians seeking to work with people in poor health and at the end of life.
By: Jane Lim: The Lack of Affordable Housing and Family Homelessness
By: Erin K. O'Neill: Learn to Harness Reddit for Digital Marketing During Ingenex’s December #DigitalChat
By: Dawn Farm Education Series: Addiction and Suicide Prevention
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