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Aug 22nd

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Minneapolis launches voter education tour

The City of Minneapolis Elections Department will travel to every part of the city in the coming weeks to educate voters about the new voting method that voters will use on November 3, 2009.
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Seasonal flu vaccine available at Fremont Community Clinics

Those wishing to receive a seasonal flu vaccine can do so at Fremont Community Clinics.  Fremont has supplies at all three of its locations in north and northeast Minneapolis.  The shots are available for everyone and walk-ins are welcomed.
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Energy meters available for check out at Hennepin County libraries

Fifty easy-to-use Power Check energy meters will soon be available to borrow at Hennepin County libraries. Beginning Oct. 1, requests may be placed for the energy meters either online or in person at any of 39 Hennepin County libraries. The meters may be picked up at 31 Hennepin County libraries. To reserve a Power Check energy meter online, visit www.hclib.org and search the catalog under “Power Check Energy Meter.” Power Check energy meters can be borrowed for three weeks only.
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Urgent clean energy bill request from Green For All

Green For All has set up an online tool that makes it easy for people to call their Senators directly. We've also included a sample email alert and graphic you can use to promote the campaign.  In key states across the country, we'll be pushing target Senators all week with calls in support of a strong clean energy bill.
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HIRE Minnesota to mourn the passing of another failed construction season

HIRE Minnesota will stage a funeral procession to mourn the loss of yet another construction season in 2009. We will meet at Lao Family Community of Minnesota and march to the MnDOT headquarters, where we will hold a funeral to grieve for the loss of opportunity for people of color at MnDOT.
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Minneapolis Public Schools seek “100 Strong Who Care” volunteers

The Minneapolis Public Schools (MPS), in partnership with the National Society of Hispanic MBAs and La Escuelita, seek volunteers from the Latino business community to participate in “100 Strong Who Care: Building Bridges for the Next Generation,” a two-day event designed to inspire the next generation of leaders.
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Ordway seeking nominations for 2009 Sally Awards

Ordway Center for the Performing Arts is seeking nominations for the 2009 Sally Ordway Irvine Awards. These prestigious awards, now in their 17th year, provide an opportunity to recognize and honor extraordinary achievements in the visual and performing arts throughout Minnesota.
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