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2018 MiSGMP Calendar of Events & Meeting Information  


 

MiSGMP Community Service July-September 2018

Refugee Development Center

Erika Brown-Binion

562-290-3660

ebrown@rdclansing.org

Their mission is to cultivate a welcoming, thriving community that collaborates with refugees and newcomers through education, engagement and support.  The Refugee Development Center (RDC) is a grassroots organization offering formal and informal learning opportunities in an open and inclusive setting. The RDC opened in 2002 because the Greater Lansing community identified service area gaps for newcomer populations seeking self-sufficiency. The common denominator in the gaps identified revolved around education, and hence, the mission of the center was born. Today, the RDC helps serve as the link between newcomer populations and the private, public, and faith-based communities of Ingham County.  Cite: http://www.refugeedevelopmentcenter.org/about/

http://www.refugeedevelopmentcenter.org/volunteer/donate/wish-list/


New Innovative Technologies for Better and Smart Meetings

April 18, 2018
11:30 AM to 2:00 PM
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Radisson Plaza Hotel at Kalamazoo Center
100 W. Michigan Ave.
Kalamazoo, MI 49007

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April 18, 2018

New Innovative Technologies for Better and Smart Meetings

Presenter: Jason Radmacher, MBA, and CEO, TBD Solutions

 

Innovative web services have made meeting and conference planning easier than ever before. Learn how new technologies can make life as a meeting professional less stressful. Explore ways to implement innovative technologies that not only help planners and suppliers, but provide better experiences for attendees.

 

Core Competency: Technology

Radisson Plaza Hotel at Kalamazoo Center, 100 W Michigan Ave, Kalamazoo, MI 49007

 

This meeting is sponsored by:

Kalamazoo Loaves and Fishes

Katie Paauwe

269-488-2617

katie@kzoolf.org

Kalamazoo Loaves & Fishes got its start in several downtown Kalamazoo congregations in the early 1980’s. A group of individuals recognized that their neighbors were struggling to put food on the table so they took up the charge to fill the food gap. What they didn’t know at the time is that their initiative to lend a hand would have a profound impact on our community. Today, those efforts have grown into an organization that, while no longer religiously affiliated, welcomes people of all faiths. With help from people of all beliefs and backgrounds, we provide an average of 700 people with groceries each day. Kalamazoo Loaves & Fishes is a 'Food Bank Plus.' This means that we acquire food through donations and our pennies-on-the-pound purchasing power, and distribute food at 73 distribution sites throughout Kalamazoo County via our five food programs.  Cite: http://kzoolf.org/about-klf/

http://kzoolf.org/food-wish-list/

Tickets

$25.00 Member Educator/Student
$30.00 after 5:00 pm April 13
$15.00 Earlybird rate before April 11

$25.00 Member Retiree
$30.00 after 5:00 pm April 13
$15.00 Earlybird rate before April 11

$25.00 Non Member Educator or Student
$30.00 after 5:00 pm April 13
$15.00 Earlybird rate before April 11

$25.00 Member Government Planner
$30.00 after 5:00 pm April 13
$15.00 Earlybird rate before April 11

$25.00 Member Contract Planner
$30.00 after 5:00 pm April 13
$15.00 Earlybird rate before April 11

$35.00 Member Supplier
$50.00 after 5:00 pm April 13
$25.00 Earlybird rate before April 11

$25.00 Non Member Planner
$30.00 after 5:00 pm April 13
$15.00 Earlybird rate before April 11

$35.00 Non Member Supplier
$50.00 after 5:00 pm April 13
$25.00 Earlybird rate before April 11