Volunteer recounts experiences with Huron River Watershed Council & League of Women Voters hosts forum on judicial campaign financing
Courtesy of the Huron River Watershed Council
From a volunteer recounting her experiences with Huron River Watershed Council projects to a League of Women Voters forum on judicial campaign financing, here’s a roundup of some of the stories posted on AnnArbor.com’s Community Wall this week:
By: Diana Chen: My Experience: Huron River Water Council Volunteer Opportunities
Believing in the watershed’s importance to Ann Arbor and thirsting for more opportunities to work with the Huron River Watershed Council, I signed up for two of HRWC’s most popular volunteer events, the “River Roundup” and “Bug ID Day”.
The League of Women Voters and the University of Michigan Law School is sponsoring a forum on Judicial Campaign Financing, Monday, February 11.
By: Janet Hawkins: Training Expert Shares His Insights At WCC Feb. 8
By: Rebecca Parten: Dementia Caregiver Education Series Begins Jan. 31st 10:30-11:30am
By: setsyfly: The Story of LIGHT CAVALRY, episode 4
By: Ann Arbor Jaycees: Ann Arbor Jaycees Board of Directors Plans for a Fantastic 2013
By: Dawn Farm Education Series: Trauma, Chemical Use and Addiction
By: Mary Schlitt: Pioneer Women's Ice Hockey Team Puts Hunger On Ice
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