Note: To find what you’re looking for, just scroll down in numerical order to the Section you’re trying to find. So if that be the case, you’ll first find Section 2, part 2 and then Section 12, parts A-C.
Section 2, part 2
(1) Ellen C. in PA: We tend to like the same films. Would like to see what you enjoy.
Note: I just sent Ellen my list. If you’d also like a copy, send an email to: email@example.com and put FAVORITE FILMS in the subject line.
(2) Nevin T. in NC: Looking forward to latest BW . . . big fan.
(3) Nelson S. in NC: Unfortunately, this is not just true for political campaign donor citizenship, but probably accurately applies to our society as a whole.
(4) Ginger E. in FL: What influences credit scores
(5)Vilasi V. in NJ: News: Just Give In | Psychology Today
(6) Janeen R. in PA: Artists in Devon. Very clever. After you move mouse over water, click on arrow to the right
(7) Janet S. in NJ: HOW TO STOP BEING YOUR WORST ENEMY – LIVING A LIFE WITHOUT FEAR
(8) Natalie K. in PA: Just finished watching the last of the Tudor series, which was on SHOWTIME a while ago. Loved, loved it. Did you ever see it?
Answer: No, but I had been tempted to do so. The problem: I haven’t subscribed to SHOWTIME for many years.
(9) Bobbie R. in NC (with a REQUEST FOR HELP): Biltmore Lake plans to field a team for the upcoming Pink in the Park 5K Walk for Breast Cancer, which will take place Saturday, October 6, at 10:00, at Biltmore Park. All donations are used to support local breast cancer screening programs in Buncombe County. Those wishing to be a part of Biltmore Lake’s team or to make a contribution should send their donations to Bobbie Rockwell at 19 Cats Whisker Ct, no later than Sept 24 if they wish to be guaranteed a t-shirt in their size. Checks for $20 should be made out to “Beauty Through Cancer”. Questions may be directed to Bobbie at firstname.lastname@example.org. Registration form may be printed from the Biltmore Lake Sept 14 e-blast or Bobbie will be happy to get one to you.
Section 12A (1 seminar I’m presenting & 1 I’m moderating)
(1) Survival Marketing–offered by Asheville SCORE
Sponsored by Ruth C. Smith
Saturday, October 13, 2012 – 9:00 AM-Noon
Registration starts at 8:30 AM
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To market and grow your business, you need to understand the concept of positioning; i.e., what is it that you do that makes yourself meaningfully different from the competition. Come to this informative and engaging seminar to learn how it’s done.
(2) The one I’m moderating:
SBA and AARP Host Panel Discussion October 2
Please join us in Candler, NC just outside Asheville, on October 2, 2012 to celebrate National Encore Entrepreneur Mentor Day. One in four Americans between the ages of 44 and 70 are interested in starting their own business. A panel discussion will highlight successful business owners that started their companies when they were over 50. One of the panelists is NC Small Business Person of the Year Oscar Wong who started Highland Brewing Company. Also, SCORE counselors will be on hand to provide business advice and mentoring. This FREE event will be held at Asheville-Buncombe Technical Community College Enka Campus, 1465 Sand Hill Road, Candler, 2nd floor, Haynes Conference Center. Registration is required. Please go to: http://aarp.cvent.com/SBANC or call 1-877-926-8300.
For more information, contact SBA’s Eileen Joyce at 704-344-6787.
Section 12B (Other NC events)
(1) MLF: The Musical
MILF: The Musical, a family-friendly tale of inappropriate love
book & lyrics by Lucia Del Vecchio, music by Holiday Childress
directed by Steven SamuelsThursdays-Saturdays Sept 13th-Oct 13th @ 7:30pmKnown for her razor-sharp wit and acute sense of middle-class American suburbia, Lucia Del Vecchio (familiar to local audiences as the author of the hits Shangri-La and The Evolution of Woman) has made an exciting foray into new theatrical territory with The Magnetic Theatre’s first musical.Despite the implications of its title, MILF is a family-friendly musical, that is a gentle send-up of suburbia’s cookie-cutter houses and the folks who live in them. Brilliantly written and handsomely staged, MILF: The Musical promises to be the must see event of WNC’s fall theatre season.For more information visit: http://www.themagneticfield.com/milf
Section 12C (PA/NJ events)
(1) The Bucks County Illustrators Society is hosting another event next Tuesday, September 18, with a wonderful illustrator in Doylestown – James Bennett, who has done work for the New York Times, Mad magazine & Time magazine, as well as illustrating children’s books written by Jerry Seinfeld & Carl Reiner. For more info on hearing Jim talk about his interesting career and seeing his original illustrations, see http://buckscountyillustrators.webs.com/specialevents.htm.
(2) Less than a week after a triumphant Broadway revival, The Best Man performs Sept. 14 – Oct. 7 at The Heritage Center in Morrisville. The show is the first production of the Actors’ NET of Bucks County’s 17th season. The Heritage Center is located at 635 N. Delmorr Avenue (Route 32), Morrisville, PA – near the Calhoun Street Bridge. Show times are Fridays and Saturdays at 8 p.m. and Sundays at 2 p.m. Tickets are $20 for adults, $17 for seniors (62+) and $10 for children age 12 and under. Rated PG. To reserve, call the nonprofit Actors’ NET at 215-295-3694 or email email@example.com. On-line tickets can be purchased via http://www.brownpapertickets.com. The company’s website is www.actorsnetbucks.org. Social networking includes Facebook page – “ActorsNET, AKA Actors’ NET of Bucks County” — and Twitter name @actorsnet.
(3) Kevin Jameson in PA: Come visit me, Mark Dauber and Mark Beard at Doylestown Arts Festival!! This Saturday, the 15th and Sunday, the 16th. Booth 159 on West Oakland near Hamilton. We’ll have Tops of Town art prints available and a special exhibition of “Doors of New Hope”. Please visit www.TopsofTown.com for more info on this Dtown project.
(4) Michael H. in PA: Several members of the Book Group are planning to attend the 2 p.m. October 13 matinee performance of Angels in America Part 2 at the Wilma Theater prior to our November 8 discussion of the play. Group-discounted tickets should be $20 each. If you are interested in joining us, please respond to this email right away to arrange payment. I intend to order the tickets no later than September 21 and need to have the money before that. I apologize for the short notice, but the date was just finalized last night. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org