From Harford County Council District A Councilman Dion Guthrie:
A MESSAGE FROM IMAGE CENTER FOR PEOPLE WITH DISABILITIES
IMAGE Teen Connect Night
What: IMAGE Teen Connect Night
Who: Teens and their parents
When: Monday, September 12th 6-9pm (check out the attached schedule for all upcoming dates for 2011)
Where: Silver Spring Mining Co. Restaurant~ Perry Hall
8634 Bel Air Road
Perry Hall, Md. 21236
Join us for a night of food, friends and fun!
These nights are designed to open doors for teens with disabilities in a fun and social way. Diagnosis: Dance Ability will be performing, B’more Abilities will be providing information on upcoming programs and as a collaborative effort we will be announcing a new, exciting program~ Create Abilities, INC.
With fun activities that will build self-determination, self advocacy, free food for teens and a separate parents area for food and great program information why would you not want to come out and connect????
Check us out on Facebook for monthly updates of IL Intent dates and highlights or give us a call at 410-275-9396.
Transition Program Director and IL Specialist
IMAGE Center for People with Disabilities
300 E. Joppa Road, Suite 302
Towson, Md. 21286
ACTION NEEDED – CHILD CARE SURVEY
I received the attached information from the Department of Community Services and concerned parents. Please read the attachment and try to help.
EDGEWOOD RECREATION COUNCIL – FALL PROGRAMS
Attached please find the Edgewood Recreation Council’s Fall Programs Flyer. This has alot of good information of upcoming programs.
EXTREME FAMILY OUTREACH – 2ND ANNUAL DINNER/AUCTION
Here’s something that’s sure to be a good time. The Extreme Family Outreach is organizing their 2nd Annual Dinner and Auction set for October 21st. See the attachment for details.
PURSE AUCTION – CALL FOR PURSES!
Please see the attached Press Release for information on the upcoming Purse Auction being held by Harford Family House.
SEPTEMBER IN MARYLAND
The attachment is the September in Maryland newsletter which is distributed by the Visit Maryland website.
SPRING 2012 WHITE HOUSE INTERNSHIP PROGRAM LOOKING FOR INTERNS
In an email from Susan Charles, Office Manager, San Mateo County Central Labor Council:
You may want to send this to folks who may be interested. We are looking for good folks.
The application deadline for the Spring 2012 White House Internship Program is Sunday, September 11.
With less than a month left to apply for the Spring 2012 session, please take the time to think of five future young leaders you believe would serve as great White House Interns, and personally encourage them to apply. As you know, a White House Internship provides a unique opportunity to gain valuable professional experience and build leadership skills. This hands-on program is designed to mentor and cultivate today’s young leaders, strengthen their understanding of the Executive Office of the President and prepare them for future public service involvement.
As you recommend individuals for the program, please keep the following in mind:
To be eligible for the program, candidates must be a U.S. citizen, at least 18 years of age, and either enrolled in an undergraduate program at a college, community college, or university or must have graduated in the past two years. Candidates may otherwise be veterans of the United States Armed Forces, holding a high school diploma or its equivalent, and having served on active duty anytime over the past two years.
Candidates must apply through the website, http://www.whitehouse.gov/about/internships/apply.
A complete submission includes the White House Internship application (short answers, two essay questions, and a one-page resume) as well as three letters of recommendation.
Thank you again for your time and feel free to reach out to our office at 202-456-5979 with any questions.
The White House Internship Team