Salvation Army launches red kettle campaign; U-M health system offers forum to help men, women understand the other's health issues
From the Salvation Army of Washtenaw County launching its annual red kettle campaign to a U-M Health System forum to help women understand prostate cancer and men understand breast cancer, here's a roundup of some of the stories posted on AnnArbor.com’s Community Wall over the past few days:
The Salvation Army of Washtenaw County (TSA-WC) will celebrate the launch of its 2011 Red Kettle Campaign with a kick-off event Friday, Nov. 11 at Briarwood Mall.
Dubbed ‘I’ll Go If You Go’, the University of Michigan Comprehensive Cancer Center is hosting a community forum where men and women can support each other in learning about the impacts and of breast and prostate cancer
By: Hannah Steinberg: Skyline Theatre Presents "Into the Woods"
By: Dave at WBU: Raptors Program at Wild Birds Unlimited -11/12/11
By: Chris Kochmanski: Daycroft Sets Full Slate of "Montessori Fundays" for 2011-12 School Year
By: T. McKendry: Mr. Spot's Celebrates - 25 Year Anniversary
By: Kathy Holtz: Training for Bedside Music for the Ill and Dying
By: Antonio Coleman: Bridal Show takes over Briarwood Mall and Supports Local Charities
By: Southern Michigan Railroad Society: "Holiday Ride to Dine" Train Outing -- Friday, November 11
By: eric stone: Hate blog sent to Huron HS students
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