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Emory panel on foreclosure issue

Event Date and Time: 
09/16/2009 - 6:30pm

"Local and national solutions for the housing and mortgage crisis"

Location: Center for Ethics, Emory University

RSVP: http://www.acteva.com/booking.cfm?bevaid=189781

Emory's quarterly meeting with neighbors

Event Date and Time: 
09/22/2009 - 6:30pm - 8:30pm
From Betty E. Willis, Senior Associate Vice President, Governmental and Community Affairs: I hope this finds everyone well and having had a wonderful summer. September is now upon us, schools have all started back and it’s once again time for our quarterly community (“Ask Mike”) meeting. Please plan to join Mike Mandl and me on Tuesday, September 22, from 6:30-8:00 pm., in the 1599 Clifton Road Building, conference room 1.432 (first floor), where we last met in May.

H1N1 (Swine) flu advisory video from Emory

Emory has posted the following summary with video on their website: http://www.emory.edu/home/H1N1-flu/

Evening at Emory Early Bird Discounts

Only 3 weeks left for the Fall 09 8% Early Bird Discount

Make yourself more marketable with our brand new certificate programs, or de-stress and broaden your horizons in some of our exciting classes.

Don't forget to register before September 15th for any class beginning on or after September 1st and get 8% off of tuition with our Early Bird Discount!

H1N1 (Swine) flu update from Emory/CDC

From Emory's Office of Critical Event Preparedness and Response to the Emory Community: The emergence of the novel H1N1 flu virus (formerly known as swine flu) poses challenges for our community as the fall season approaches. The H1N1 flu continued to spread in camps and schools over the summer, and in the Southern hemisphere, which is in the middle of its flu season, it emerged as the most common cause of the flu. Novel H1N1 influenza is different than seasonal flu:

Possible traffic congestion Saturday as new Emory students arrive

From Emory University: Dear University Community, This Saturday, August 22, Emory College of Arts and Sciences will welcome new first-year, transfer, and Oxford continuee students to campus. This day is always a busy one, but we expect that traffic congestion will be heavier than in prior years because the majority of new students will all be arriving on the same day. We have worked carefully with Campus Life and Campus Services to create a traffic management plan for the day: this plan includes one-way traffic on Eagle Drive, Asbury Circle, and Means Drive.

Tomato Time: Celebrity Chef Leads Cooking Demonstration at Emory Farmers Market

Event Date and Time: 
08/25/2009 - 2:00pm - 3:00pm
From Emory University: Celebrate local tomatoes at the Emory Farmers Market on Tuesday, August 25. Visit the market (2-6 PM) front of Cox Hall (behind the Emory University Hospital), near Dobbs University Center (DUC). In addition to fresh tomatoes, enjoy fresh organic and locally grown foods, and learn about the importance of utilizing local, seasonal and sustainable produce. From 2-3 PM, Chef Virginia Willis, author of "Bon Appétit, Y'all! Three Generations of Southern Cooking," will demonstrate how to use tomatoes in Chef Willis' tomato and black-eye pea salad.

Update from Clifton Community Partnership

Here are the headlines from the latest articles at the CCP website. CVS Recycling Drop-Off Suspended Barnes & Noble Selected for Campus Bookstore Haygood Drive Homes to be Removed Update from AIEV Emory is Test Site for Electronic Bikes
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