Turkish American Doctors Association of Midwest (TADAM) offering two scholarships of $1,000 a year to medical, osteopathic, and/or dental students for 2014-15 fiscal year.

Applicant must be a first-, second-,  third-, or fourth-year student at U.S. institution.  Application can be downloaded from  TADAM’s web site:  www.tadamonline.org.

 

6:30 p.m.
Primary School Commons
Tickets $25/seat

Please send an email to KHS Celebrity@gmail.com for reservations or more information.

Noon-3:00 p.m.
Centennial Commons

Featured at this event will be games and different booths that share information about healthy eating on a budget for different health concerns, such as diabetes, childhood obesity, and heart disease.  A cooking demonstration will be held and prizes will be offered.

6:00-11:00 p.m.
Newman Center
709 South Davis Street
Semi-formal attire requested

Fundraising event to support the existing 104 AEDs in the Kirksville community.

Go here to learn more and make a reservation

The Adair County Public Library is offering the following computer classes:

February 6
4:00 p.m.
Computer Basics

February 19
10:00 a.m.
Pronunciator Language Database

March 6
4:00 p.m.
Zinio Downloadable Magazines

March 19
10:00 a.m.
E-Book and E-Reader

April 3
4:00 p.m.
Social Media Basics

April 16
10:00 a.m.
Ancestry.com

Each class is $5.00.  Must register in the Library and payment is due at time of registration.

If less than three people sign up for a class by 5:00 p.m. the day before a class, the class will be canceled.  Refunds will only be available if the Library cancels the class.

For more information, please call 660.665.6038.

 

Just in Time for Valentine’s Day

Delicious chocolate-dipped strawberries
February 14
One half dozen–$11/One dozen–$16

Place orders by February 6 to guarantee availability:

  • go to http://tinyurl.com/UWstrawberries2015, register, fill out order form, and mark your payment choice (you may pay online)
  • Call United Way Office, 660.665.1924

Strawberry pick up is February 14, noon-6:00 p.m., Journal Printing Building, 119 South Elson

Proceeds stay local with the United Way of Adair County/Northeast Missouri

 

Come to free financial seminars teaching the basics of borrowing, saving, understanding credit, and owning your own home.  Knowledge that empowers you in achieving financial success.

7:00  p.m.
Adair County Annex
300 North Franklin Street

Space is limited, so RSVP by January 27 to Kirksville Area Chamber of Commerce, 665.3766.

Seminar topics:
3rd–Borrowing basics
10th–Pay yourself
17th–Your credit
24th–Own your home

Provided by US Bank

All events will be held at noon – 1:00 p.m. in Mehegan Classroom
Lunch will be provided

Events:

  • Monday, January 12–JMSA & CMDS
  • Tuesday, January 13–Secular Student Interest Group & Muslim Faith
  • Thursday, January 15, LDSSA
  • Friday, January 16–Chaplain Chad from Northeast Regional Medical Center
All events except Friday’s will entail a panel of club/religious sect members from the University or community facilitating a discussion about beliefs and practices, including customs focused on provided a spiritual foundation to practice the osteopathic philosophy of body, mind, and spirit.

Here is a link to a survey where you can submit questions for the panel members to address during each respective event (This is not required to come to the event, but is meant for more difficult questions that may not get asked in an open forum): https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/5V2T973

League begins week of January 12 and ends week of March 2.  Should involve one match per week for eight weeks.
No cost to KCOM students or their spouses.  Others should check with dmartin@atsu.edu/626.2213 if see if they are exempt.

Racquets, balls, and goggles can be checked out at TCC desk.  Player provides clean, non-marking shoes, such as court or basketball shoes.

Respond by email to nsargentini@atsu.edu if you want to play, providing following information, or sign up is available at TCC front desk:

Name
Telephone number
Email address
Skill level (indicating one from below):

  • Beginner (never played before, don’t know rules)—clinic will be provided, if requested
  • Low intermediate (understand basic rules and have played about ten matches)
  • High intermediate (good all-around skills and have done well in the intermediate league)
  • Advanced (the top ten or so players in the TCC league)
  • Nights/times NOT available

League nights are generally Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, or Thursday

 

Presented by the Still-Well Spiritual Wellness Team

Details will be announced after the winter break.

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