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City of Seattle/University of Washington Committee Advisory Committee (CUCAC)

January 14th, 2016

City of Seattle/University of Washington Committee Advisory Committee (CUCAC)
Occasion on 2016-02-09 00:00:00
UW Tower
4333 Brooklyn Ave NE
Seattle, WA 98105
Tuesday, February 9, 2016, 7 – 8:30pm

Building Name / area amount / website: 22nd floor coverings
occasion Description: the town University Community Advisory Committee (CUCAC) will become both CAC and SAC about University of Washington. Though the duties and means for choosing individual in the Committee vary from that for any other CAC’s. The obligation of CUAC is broader and CUCAC not merely participates whenever you consider the development and tabs on development in University’s Master Arrange even so the real improvement greater University area. People in CUCAC aren’t selected because of the City however they are appointed right by 16 neighborhood companies each of who is set through an awareness amongst the City and University.
Areas: Laurelhurst/Sand Point, Montlake/Portage Bay, Ravenna/Bryant/Roosevelt, University District, Wallingford
DON Products: Major Companies & Institutes Plan
Event Kinds: Community, City Meetings, Public Forum
Readers: All
Contact: Maureen Sheehan
Contact Mobile: 206.684.0302
Contact e-mailmaureen.sheehan@seattle.gov
Pre-Register: No
Price: Complimentary
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at North Plaza at UW Tower
4333 Brooklyn Avenue NE
Seattle, United States Of America Of America

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Volunteer Committee Recruitment Mixer – Ladies’ Football Fundraiser

January 13th, 2015

Volunteer Committee Recruitment Mixer – Ladies’ Football Fundraiser
Occasion on 2015-02-09 18:30:00

Alzheimer's Association Blondes vs. Brunettes is a volunteer occasion that brings the passion and character of young community leaders together to aid the Alzheimer’s Association. The function is an arranged women’s flag football game where the two participating teams are split on the basis of the age-old rivalry between blondes and brunettes (Note: Redheads are "free agents," allowed to relax and play for the team of these option. But this team does not discriminate, all women are invited to relax and play for either group.) 

Assist united states Tackle Alzheimer's by volunteering for the preparing Committee! Committee conferences take place the next Monday of every thirty days from 7-8pm. Please join us during the Committee Recruitment Mixer on 1/20/15 at Sports Basement. Enjoy appetizers and beverages while learning more about this volunteer possibility. 

Funds raised at Blondes vs. Brunettes activities benefit the care, support, advocacy and research efforts regarding the Alzheimer’s Association. Blondes vs. Brunettes had been established in 2005 in Washington DC and is now played in 35 metropolitan areas over the county. 2013 marked the first year for BvB in bay area and raised ,000 with 30 players and over ,500 in 2014. Help united states achieve our objective in 2015 of increasing k and handling 40 players. 

The planning committee is in charge of the general event experience and reaching fundraising objectives. Committee roles consist of: fundraising and sponsorship, in-kind contributions, game time logistics, volunteer management, marketing, player recruitment and management, and mentoring. People are encroaged to become listed on the committee and you do not need to play within the league to be an integral part of the planning committee. 
 

Committee Recruitment Mixer
Tuesday, January 20th from 6:30-7:30pm.
Sports Basement, 1590 Bryant Street
Enjoy appetizers and beverages while meeting other volunteers to learn more about joining the planning committee.

Committee Conferences: Second Monday of each and every month from January – October
BvB Practice: Every Monday from 7-8pm on Little Marina Green from April 13th – August 17
BvB Game Day: August 22, 2015

Alzheimer’s Association Helpline: 1-800-272-3900 Chapter Website: www.alz.org/norcal BvB Site: http://act.alz.org/BvBSF14 Facebook: www.facebook.com/ALZBvBSF E-mail: BvBSF@alz.org

at Roe Restaurant & Prive Bar
651 Howard Street
San francisco bay area, United States

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Senate Intelligence Committee Hearing (Full 2014)

June 8th, 2014

The five chiefs of the United States’ intelligence agencies testified before the Senate Intelligence Committee on January 29, 2014. This is that complete hea…
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Testifying in the Maryland Senate Finance Committee for Paid Sick Leave in Maryland

March 10th, 2014

Some cool Senate images:

Testifying in the Maryland Senate Finance Committee for Paid Sick Leave in Maryland
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Image by United Workers
On February 20, 2014, we traveled to Annapolis to testify before the Senate Finance Committee in support of Paid Sick Leave legislation for Maryland.

Testifying in the Maryland Senate Finance Committee for Paid Sick Leave in Maryland
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On February 20, 2014, we traveled to Annapolis to testify before the Senate Finance Committee in support of Paid Sick Leave legislation for Maryland.

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Alexandria-Caen Sister City Committee Lecture Evening: The French Way

February 5th, 2014

Alexandria-Caen Sister City Committee Lecture Evening: The French Way
Event on 2014-02-06 00:00:00
February 06, 2014 – February 06, 2014
Times: 7-8:30pm
Admission: Free and Open to Public
Location: United States
Venue: Lyceum, Alexandria's History Museum
201 S. Washington St
Alexandria VA 22314
Phone: 202-203-0177
Calendar Type: Main

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The Alexandria-Caen Sister City Committee is excited to start the new year by inviting you to a lecture exploring French and American culture with prominent French historian and author, Richard Kuisel. Mr. Krisel is a professor of History and European Studies at Georgetown University. His lecture will include topics from his recent book, The French Way: How France Embraced and Rejected American Values and Power. Please join us at the Lyceum on Thursday, February 6th from 7:00-8:30 p.m. This event is free and we will serve wine, cheese, and desserts. Donations are welcome. Books will be available for purchase and signature.

at Alexandria Historical Society
201 South Washington Street
Alexandria, United States

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Frank Verrastro Testifies before the Senate Committee on Energy and Natural Resources

September 16th, 2013

A few nice Senate images I found:

Frank Verrastro Testifies before the Senate Committee on Energy and Natural Resources
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Image by CSIS: Center for Strategic & International Studies
Frank A. Verrastro, Senior Vice President, & Director, Energy and National Security Program, testified before the Senate Committee on Energy and Natural Resources. For additional information on this conference, visit csis.org/testimony/current-and-near-term-gasoline-prices

Frank Verrastro Testifies before the Senate Committee on Energy and Natural Resources
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Image by CSIS: Center for Strategic & International Studies
Frank A. Verrastro, Senior Vice President, & Director, Energy and National Security Program, testified before the Senate Committee on Energy and Natural Resources. For additional information on this conference, visit csis.org/testimony/current-and-near-term-gasoline-prices

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@THEJordonBrown gives testimony to the Texas Senate Committee re: SB1

July 18th, 2013

Video Rating: 4 / 5

Actress Ashley Judd may be considering a run for Senate in her home state of Kentucky. CNN’s Nischelle Turner reports.

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Andy Schor of the Michigan Municipal League at Senate Finance Committee Hearing

July 13th, 2013

Check out these Senate images:

Andy Schor of the Michigan Municipal League at Senate Finance Committee Hearing
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Image by Michigan Municipal League (MML)
Mayor Abdul Haidous of the city of Wayne and Sterling Heights Mayor Richard Notte were in Lansing on Thursday, with Michigan Municipal League staffer Andy Schor, to testify at the Senate Finance Committee’s first hearing on SB 34, which would eliminate the personal property tax. Read the Feb. 3rd Action Alert (http://www.mml.org/advocacy/alerts_advisories/2011_02_4_action.html) which explains the League’s position on the bill, and the steps local leaders are taking to make sure committee members understand the devastating impact this would have on local public services should it be enacted without a replacement for the revenues to local communities. For more about the League and what we do go to mml.org.

Michigan Municipal League’s Andy Schor Testifies at Senate Finance Committee Hearing
Senate
Image by Michigan Municipal League (MML)
Mayor Abdul Haidous of the city of Wayne and Sterling Heights Mayor Richard Notte were in Lansing on Thursday, with Michigan Municipal League staffer Andy Schor, to testify at the Senate Finance Committee’s first hearing on SB 34, which would eliminate the personal property tax. Read the Feb. 3rd Action Alert (http://www.mml.org/advocacy/alerts_advisories/2011_02_4_action.html) which explains the League’s position on the bill, and the steps local leaders are taking to make sure committee members understand the devastating impact this would have on local public services should it be enacted without a replacement for the revenues to local communities. For more about the League and what we do go to mml.org.

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Taxation Committee Teleconference – Members Only

May 17th, 2013

Taxation Committee Teleconference – Members Only
Event on 2013-06-06 14:00:00
Date(s) – June 6, 2013

The NSBATaxation Committeemeets on the first Thursdayof each month at 2:00 p.m. EDT. All NSBA members are welcome to participate in theTaxation Committeeteleconferences. For more information, please contact .

Event Page: http://www.nsba.biz/?event=5142-2013-06-06

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National Small Business Association

1156 15th Street N.W

Suite 1100

Washington, DC 20005

at Teleconferences

Washington, United States

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Michigan Municipal League’s Andy Schor Testifies at Senate Finance Committee Hearing

May 9th, 2013

Check out these Senate images:

Michigan Municipal League’s Andy Schor Testifies at Senate Finance Committee Hearing
Senate
Image by Michigan Municipal League (MML)
Mayor Abdul Haidous of the city of Wayne and Sterling Heights Mayor Richard Notte were in Lansing on Thursday, with Michigan Municipal League staffer Andy Schor, to testify at the Senate Finance Committee’s first hearing on SB 34, which would eliminate the personal property tax. Read the Feb. 3rd Action Alert (http://www.mml.org/advocacy/alerts_advisories/2011_02_4_action.html) which explains the League’s position on the bill, and the steps local leaders are taking to make sure committee members understand the devastating impact this would have on local public services should it be enacted without a replacement for the revenues to local communities. For more about the League and what we do go to mml.org.

Sterling Heights Mayor Richard Nottee Testifies During Michigan Senate Finance Committee Hearing
Senate
Image by Michigan Municipal League (MML)
Mayor Abdul Haidous of the city of Wayne and Sterling Heights Mayor Richard Notte were in Lansing on Thursday, with Michigan Municipal League staffer Andy Schor, to testify at the Senate Finance Committee’s first hearing on SB 34, which would eliminate the personal property tax. Read the Feb. 3rd Action Alert (http://www.mml.org/advocacy/alerts_advisories/2011_02_4_action.html) which explains the League’s position on the bill, and the steps local leaders are taking to make sure committee members understand the devastating impact this would have on local public services should it be enacted without a replacement for the revenues to local communities. For more about the League and what we do go to mml.org.

Sterling Heights Mayor Richard Nottee Testifies During Michigan Senate Finance Committee Hearing
Senate
Image by Michigan Municipal League (MML)
Mayor Abdul Haidous of the city of Wayne and Sterling Heights Mayor Richard Notte were in Lansing on Thursday, with Michigan Municipal League staffer Andy Schor, to testify at the Senate Finance Committee’s first hearing on SB 34, which would eliminate the personal property tax. Read the Feb. 3rd Action Alert (http://www.mml.org/advocacy/alerts_advisories/2011_02_4_action.html) which explains the League’s position on the bill, and the steps local leaders are taking to make sure committee members understand the devastating impact this would have on local public services should it be enacted without a replacement for the revenues to local communities. For more about the League and what we do go to mml.org.

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