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Posted on Fri, Feb 15, 2013 : 10:06 a.m.

Pioneer women's hockey team raises funds for Food Gatherers; Boogie woogie piano concert set for March 23 at Canterbury House

By AnnArbor.com Staff

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From Ann Arbor women hockey players raising funds for nonprofit Food Gatherers to a boogie woogie piano concert at Canterbury House March 23, here’s a roundup of some of the stories posted on AnnArbor.com’s Community Wall this week:

By: Taylor:

Pioneer Women’s Ice Hockey Scores Big for Food Gatherers

The Ann Arbor Pioneer Women’s Ice Hockey (PWICE) team raised $1,300 at their February 9th spirit game against Grosse Pointe South High School.

By: Matthew Ball: “Attorney turned Youtube Boogie-Woogie Piano Sensation with over 2.1 million views to perform at Ann Arbor's Canterbury House Concert Series this March 23rd"

Attorney turned ‘Michigan’s best’ in boogie-woogie piano, Matthew Ball will perform at Ann Arbor’s Canterbury House Concert Series this Saturday, March 23rd 2013 @ 3:00 p.m. 

By: Rebecca Parten: Workshops for One - Holding On or Letting Go in Ann Arbor, March 16

By: Vicki Coury: 2013 Kindergarten Round Up for Lincoln Consolidated Schools

By: jmulvenna10: Emmanuel Lutheran Church Silent Auction

By: Friends of the Dexter District Library: Used Book Sale

By: Shoham Geva: As Rest of State Moves Forward on Transit, Should Ann Arbor Follow?

By: The Whole Brain Group: Donuts and Inbound Marketing

By: Amit Kshirsagar: Formation of M.A.A.A. (Maharashtrian American Adult Association)

By: SRWC: Women in Non-Traditional Careers

By: Dawn Farm Education Series: For the family and friends of people with alcoholism -

By: J.C. Parikh: Kalamazoo physician to discuss health living for girls at Eastern Michigan University

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