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Wildlife Rehabilitation Training Workshop

Senior Community Center in DeKalb, MS

East Mississippi Wildlife Rehabilitation, Inc.
Wildlife Rehabilitation Training Workshop
to be held Saturday April 25, 2015
9:00 until 4:00
at the Senior Community Center in DeKalb, MS
(Veterans Street)
Workshop Fee is $20.00
(to cover all handouts and supplies)
Lunch will be provided
We will be teaching the proper procedures in handling, nutrition, housing and laws.
If you think you might be interested in wildlife rehabilitation and would like to attend please call me at 601-678-9882

ECCC to Offer ‘Understanding Business Financials’ Workshop

East Central Community College
ECCC to Offer ‘Understanding Business Financials’ Workshop
East Central Community College’s Small Business Development Center will offer “Understanding Business Financials” at 5:30 p.m. Monday, April 20, 2015, on the Decatur campus.
This free workshop is designed to introduce participants to basic accounting theory, budgeting, performance indicators and accounting terminology for small businesses.
Ronald Westbrook, director of ECCC’s Small Business Development Center, will serve as facilitator for the two-hour class.
For more information or to register for one of the seminars, contact the Small Business Development Center at 601-635-6297. The email address is or

Maria McLeod
Assistant to the Associate Vice President
for Public Information
East Central Community College

FREE Wellness Recovery Action Planning (WRAP) Workshop

East MS Electric Power Assn. (EMEPA) Auditorium 2128 Hwy. 39 North, Meridian
National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) Meridian Affiliate is hosting a
FREE Wellness Recovery Action Planning (WRAP) Workshop

Date: Thursday, April 16, 2015
Time: 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. (30 minute lunch, on your own)
Location: East MS Electric Power Assn. (EMEPA) Auditorium, 2128 Hwy. 39 North, Meridian

To Register: Contact Jill Walsh at 601-917-1474

Continuing Education Credit: 6 CEs available for Mental Health and Social Work professionals

For more information: Contact Jill Walsh at 601-917-1474

The Wellness Recovery Action Plan (WRAP) workshop is an easy and relaxed process that helps participants to create an individual plan for wellness and recovery to help deal with difficult life struggles and challenges, set goals, and maintain a health life.

WRAP has been used successfully when going through changes dealing with other life issues including:
-Chronic or Acute Illness
-Breaking Bad Habits
-Getting more Education or Training
-Military Life/Deployments
-Losing Weight
-Relationship Issues
-Any life situation

Patricia Battle
NAMI Meridian President

Diane Mills
EAP Coordinator / PR Director
Weems Comm. Mental Health Center
1415 College Dr.
(PO Box 2868, 39302-2868)
Meridian, MS 39307
p: 601-483-4821 / ext. 127
f: 601-485-8727

Graduate Record Examination GRE "Workshop"

MSU Meridian - Room 008 on the College Park Campus
The GRE Workshop includes things like ...
* Quantitative review
* Verbal/Writing review
* Test-taking strategies
* GRE study guide
* Lunch !

You MUST register in advance, with April 8th being the deadline.

To register, call (601) 484-0140
or email

Cost ... $45 MSU students $65 general public

Workshop--Christian Evangelism--HAS BEEN CANCELED

Feb 10, 2011 - Feb 12, 2011 See Schedule

Fifth Street M.B. Church Meridian, MS
Has Been Canceled, the workshop will be rescheduled at a later date.

You are cordially invited to a workshop on Christian Evangelism on February 10-12, 2011 at Fifth Street M.B. Church, Meridian, Mississippi, Rev. W.C. Brown, Pastor.
The workshop will be Thursday from 6:30-9:00pm, Friday, 6:30-9:00pm and Saturday from 8:00-11:00am. Guest speaker will be Rev. Benjamin Lett of Athen, Georgia. The workshop is sponsored by the First New Hope District Congress of Christian Education.

Registration will begin at 6:15pm (Thursday)
Donation-$10.00 per person

Thanking you in advance for your cooperation.

First New Hope District Congress of Christian Education
Rev. (Dr.) Carey McDonald, President
Sis. Lorene Portis, Dean