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  • Women’s Recovery Conference April 30-May 2 +

    New Location: MAHEC Mary C. Nesbitt Biltmore Campus Asheville, NC The conference offers up to 21 credit hours, a wide array of Read More
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    Some of the media coverage of Tuesday’s arguments before the Supreme Court on the contraception mandate tended to pit women’s rights activists Read More
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Women’s Recovery Conference April 30-May 2

Written by Josie Lane at MAHEC on . Posted in WOMEN DAY to DAY

Women's Recovery Conference

 

New Location: MAHEC Mary C. Nesbitt Biltmore Campus Asheville, NC

 

The conference offers up to 21 credit hours, a wide array of credit options and is designed for substance abuse, mental health, psychology, criminal justice, human services and healthcare professionals. Join us at our new location in Asheville, NC on the MAHEC Mary C. Nesbitt Biltmore Campus April 30-May 2, 2014.

Handmade in America Director's Corner

Written by Glenn Cox at Handmade in America on . Posted in VISUAL ART & CRAFT

Just last week I found myself working from home because my driveway is a sheet of ice! I then reminded myself, snow and a true winter season is one of a multitude of reasons I was so excited about moving to Western North Carolina.  I have not been let down and I'm looking forward to what spring has in store.

Campaign Watch: NCLCV Announces First 2014 Endorsements

Written by NC Conservation Voters on . Posted in LIFESTYLES@HOME

 

NCLCV is announcing its first endorsements of the 2014 campaign cycle, seven incumbent state legislators who are receiving "fast tracked" support in their upcoming contested primaries. NCLCV Director of Governmental Affairs Dan Crawford said that all seven have previously been endorsed by NCLCV and have earned renewed backing this year through their "solid" records of support for environmental quality, common-sense pollution control, and the protection of public health.

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