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Ellison to host Arts Education Forum celebrating high school artists

Normal 0 false false false MicrosoftInternetExplorer4 Congressman Keith Ellison (D-Minneapolis) will host his 2009 - 5th Congressional District High School Arts Education Forum on Monday evening, May 11th, from 6-8 p.m. in the GAIA Building at the Perpich Center for Arts Education (PCAE), 6125 Olson Memorial Highway (Hwy 55) (1 mile west of highway 100) in Golden Valley.
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Greater Minneapolis Crisis Nursery offers hope to families in need

Greater Minneapolis Crisis Nursery offers hope to families in needTucked away in a quiet corner in Golden Valley, MN is a safe haven and beacon of hope for many. The Greater Minneapolis Crisis Nursery is the only residential nursery in Minnesota and one of only 20 in the country. The nursery has assisted families for 26 years in Hennepin County. It has built a great reputation, which has allowed for the nursery to build trusting relationships.
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The City of Minneapolis taking applications for free wireless for local nonprofits

Minneapolis City officials announced last week another benchmark in how the effort to make Minneapolis a wireless city is going to bridge the digital divide. The City is seeking applications for 100 “Wireless Community” accounts, which are free wireless Internet accounts intended for nonprofit organizations that provide free computer access to the public. The free “Wireless Community” accounts are one of the tangible community benefits that resulted from the City of Minneapolis’ contract with USI Wireless, the company that is constructing a wireless network to blanket the entire city.
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Bridging announces residential furniture pick up program

Bridging Inc., a Twin Cities non-profit organization that distributes free furniture and household goods to people in need, recently launched its pick up program for residents in the seven county area of Minneapolis, St. Paul and surrounding suburbs.
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Artspeak: Yo-Yo Ma and the Road to Human Kindness through the Art of Music

Artspeak: Yo-Yo Ma and the Road to Human Kindness through the Art of MusicAfter you've been greeted by Yo-Yo Ma with a hug instead of a handshake, you gain some appreciation for how he has, as the Artistic Director, managed to convince an ever-changing group of almost 60 artists (performers and composers) from different cultures and countries, who speak multiple languages, to become collaborators in the visionary Silk Road Project, Inc., founded in 1998.
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The Economy and You

Minnesota Public Radio and the Minneapolis Urban League are collaborating on a three-part series, “The Economy and You.” The public is invited to attend each installment of the series, where Chief Economics Correspondent Chris Farrell will answer questions about personal finance, the business climate and the economy. MPR’s Jeff Horwich and Insight News’s Al McFarlane will be the moderators for the series.
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Roundy's "Doing Our Part" reusable bag program expanded

Roundy’s Supermarkets, Inc. launched “Doing Our Part,” a new reusable bag program at Pick ’n Save, Copps, Rainbow and Metro Market stores throughout Wisconsin and Minnesota.  Through “Doing Our Part,” customers will receive a 5-cent credit for each Roundy’s reusable bag brought in during their shopping trip and used to pack their groceries. The program has been expanded to include more reusable bags.
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