community wall links: Free AARP driver safety program offered in Chelsea; founder of Ann Arbor's All Hands Active featured on website slashdot
AARP publicity photo
From a free AARP driving safety class offered in May to the founder of Ann Arbor's All Hands Active "makerspace" being featuerd on the national "news for nerds" website slashdot, here's a roundup of some of the stories posted on AnnArbor.com’s Community Wall over the last few days:
By: shawn personke: AARP Driver Safety Program
Silver Maples will host the AARP Driving Safety Program on May 10 and 11, 2012, from 9 a.m. to noon. AARP is offering this program for free during the month of May. Participants will learn defensive driving techniques, and how to operate vehicles more safely.
By: Hans: AllHandsActive makes slashdot (with link to video)
Josh Williams of DigitalOps and AllHandsActive fame has made the front page of slashdot this morning, with an incredible video interview by SlashdotTV.
By: Janet Hawkins: WCC Students Are Urged To Apply For Their Degree Before They Leave
By: Chris Kochmanski: Saline's DesignHub, Inc. Develops New Website for West Side Montessori of Toledo, OH
By: Dawn Farm Education Series: Domestic violence and alcohol/other drug use - is there a relationship?
By: Betty Cummings: Tecumseh Players to Present All I Really Need to Know I Learned in Kindergarten
By: Ann Arbor Jaycees: The Ann Arbor Jaycees Thank the Community for Celebrating at the Spring Eggstravaganza
By: Friends of the Dexter District Library: Used Book Sale
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