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Archive for February 2009

ACU students submit original artwork to help design annual Summit

Each year, Abilene Christian University’s Summit lectureship series brings students, faculty, church leaders and Christians from across the nation to Abilene to participate in classes, lectures, coffee houses, concerts, art exhibits and experiences that foster conversations about faith in practice. This year, the Office of Ministry Events is sponsoring a student art competition, asking students…

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Taylor Electric Cooperative offers free trip to Washington, D.C.,

For two area high school studentsTaylor Electric Cooperative invites all area high school students who live within its 11-county service area to participate in the annual Government in Action – Youth Tour essay contest and win a trip to the nation’s capital. Also, this year’s essay contest winners will receive an additional award: $250 savings…

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Children’s Performing Arts Series

*Founded by Abilene Cultural Affairs Council At Abilene ’s Paramount Theatre352 Cypress StreetGarry Krinsky-Toying with ScienceSunday, February 8, 20092:00 PMIt has been said that GARRY KRINSKY resembles a living cartoon with his animated movement and non-stop energy. His theater experience is extensive. Garry co-founded the Patchwork Players, and was an original member of both the…

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Abilene Black History Month 2008

30 Jan – Opening Night Service – King Solomon Baptist Church 6:30 PM corner of Judge Ely and Minda Lane 31 Jan – Black History parade- beginning at Woodson center 342 Cockerell Dr. 11:00am 2-5 Feb “Reading to the kids”- Dyess CDC, Dyess AFB 9:00am – 11:00am, FREE 2 Feb – Opening of the Black…

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Talent Show

A moment in time Talent Show February 6th, 2009 Time:7:00 p.m. Place Abilene Civic Center Cost $5.00 for 18 and older $3.00 children Sponsored by: ICAN Carver Teens City of Abilene

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ALZHEIMER’S ASSOCIATION NORTH TX. OFFERS PEER SUPPORT GROUP

A new Alzheimer’s Association program will allow people in the early stages of Alzheimer’s disease to turn to each other for understanding and information. A peer support group for individuals in the early stages of Alzheimer’s disease will be offered by the Alzheimer’s Association – North Central Texas Chapter in Abilene. Peer support groups have…

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ACU’s innovation attracts global attention; hundreds converge on campus to explore mobile learning

Abilene Christian University has committed itself to exploring how mobile technology can shape the way society lives, works and learns. In August, ACU changed the face of higher education by being the first institution to announce a university-wide deployment of iPhone and iPod touch devices beginning with all incoming freshmen. Now, ACU is preparing to…

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