Traverse City Record-Eagle

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April 12, 2014

Community in Brief: 04/12/2014

Intuitive eating class

TRAVERSE CITY — Join Munson dietitian Diane Roach, R.D., for a discussion group to explore and apply the concepts in the newly revised book, “Intuitive Eating: a Revolutionary Program that Works,” by Evelyn Tribole, MS, RD, and Elyse Resch, MS, RD, FADDA, CEDRD.

Northwestern Michigan College and Munson’s Health Education Institute offer this six-week course from 6 – 7:30 p.m. on Tuesdays, April 15 - May 20. The class will in the James Beckett Building, Room 149.

Cost for the class is $99. To register, call NMC at (231) 995-1700 or go to

Delta Kappa Gamma

TRAVERSE CITY — TCAPS Technology Coordinator Brandi Reynolds will discuss technology in education at the Tuesday, April 15, meeting of Delta Kappa Gamma Traverse City Phi Chapter.

A 5 p.m. soup supper at the TBA Intermediate School District Conference Center will be followed by the program and a work bee to prepare items for the Young Authors Conference. The cost for the meal is $6. All current and retired area educators are welcome. For details, call Judy Oien, 995-0546, or Lana Nickels, 947-2599.

Book signing

Cartoonist Jeffery J. Manley and writer Rob Humphrey will celebrate the release of their second book “Punching the Clock Volume 2: The Daily Grind” and Manley’s new book “Fail” today at Top Comics, 516 E. Eighth St. in Traverse City.

The authors will be on hand signing books from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Manley will be sketching. For more information, call 946-3030.

Easter Egg Hunt

TRAVERSE CITY — Fellowship Church, 2555 Garfield Road N., will host a free Easter Egg Hunt from 10-11:30 a.m. today, April 12. Call 947-6520 to learn more.

E-waste drive

TRAVERSE CITY — Safety Net will sponsor a “Keep It Green! Keep It Clean!” e-waste drive to benefit Goodwill Industries of Northern Michigan.

The Traverse City-based firm will pick up unwanted computers and electronics from Traverse City area businesses Wednesday and Thursday, April 23-24, and deliver the equipment to Goodwill, where it will be properly recycled through the Dell Reconnect program. Profits will benefit local Goodwill programs and services.

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