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We are in need to replace all the computers that we have in our class room because they have XP operating system which are very old and we can no longer use them for training purpose. We need to replace about 20 old computers for new ones. If any body can help please let us know.
Ends April 20, 2014, 4:00 AM
On Mother's Day this year, which is Sunday, May 11th, 2014, Susan G. Komen Minnesota will be hosting its 22nd Annual Twin Cities Race for the Cure. This event is Susan G. Komen Minnesota's largest fundraising event of the year, and the money raised here will go to support its mission, which is to end breast cancer forever by empowering people, ensuring quality care for all, and energizing science to find the cures for breast cancer.
One of the very unique characteristics of the Minnesota Branch of Susan G. Komen is that all of its fundraising events are primarily volunteer-driven. This practice allows more money to go to the cause, rather than supporting an extensive paid staff to help run these events.
Susan G. Komen Minnesota is currently looking for people who are willing to give their time and energy to help make this year's Twin Cities Race for the Cure possible. If you are interested in volunteering for this event or in doing any of the prep work that leads up to the event, please follow this link:
From here, you can browse volunteer jobs, as well as different days and times you can volunteer. This is a great, high energy event to volunteer at. Also, all volunteers will recieve a free t-shirt as a thank you for volunteering with Susan G. Komen Minnesota.
Susan G. Komen Minnesota could not do their life-saving work without you, so any time and effort you can donate to this cause is very greatly appreciated. Thank you, volunteers, you make an impact!
(For more information on Susan G. Komen Minnesota, please visit http://www.komenminnesota.org/.)
Ends April 20, 2014, 5:00 AM
Bring friends and family out to lend a hand combating garlic mustard and helping to spread woodchips. Bring along your plastic sleds to help with the woodchip hauling. We'll also be working to maintain Wurster Park's Edible Garden, the only miniature fruit orchard in a City park! While you are here, make sure to catch a glimpse of Wurster's own champion oak tree! Meet at the cul-de-sac of Edgewood Place off of West Davis Avenue.
Please wear long pants and closed-toe shoes. All minors must present a completed release form, and should be accompanied by a guardian. Tools, snacks, and know-how provided. Free.
Starts April 19, 2014, 1:00 PM
Parking notes:The parking and restrooms at South Forsyth Middle School will be used during the event.
The Old Atlanta Road will be used as an entrance for the parking in front of SFMS.
The entrance for parking on the east side of SFMS will be closed at least 15 minutes prior to the event.
Walkathon Tickets can also be purchased online via below Sulekha link:
Starts April 19, 2014, 12:00 PM