2014-15 Meeting Dates
February 19, 2015 11:30 am to 2 pm LUNCHEON
COLORADO STEAK HOUSE, 1635 N. College Avenue
Dale Glenn, retired MCCSC Principal, has written a book. He will be our speaker and tell us about writing a recent book, PURCELL STATION. Dale wants to share his writing experience and encourage other retired teachers and administrators to become authors.
The Colorado Steak House offers a soup and salad bar for $6.95 + drinks, tax and tip. You can also order sandwiches from the menu for an additional cost. Everyone will be responsible for his or her own bill.
AND DVD VIEWING of RISE ABOVE THE MARK---November 14, 2014
This meeting will focus on public
education and be held at Meadowood Retirement Center's Terrace Room, adjacent
to the living room. Information concerning public education is in
the news today and we will view a very recent DVD, RISE ABOVE THE MARK, a
documentary narrated by Peter Coyote that brings to light the heartbreaking
realities of public education.
speaker, March 2015
June 11, 2015, Karst
Park Farms Picnic, Shelter House #1, 5 pm, bring a dish to share. Meat, bread and drinks will be provided.
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October 17, 2013
"A hands on experience with an I-Pad"
Time: 10:00 am -- Thursday
Location: Abel Building, S. Henderson, just north of the corner of E Miller and S Henderson.
Facilitator: Jason Taylor, MCCSC Technology Coordinator
February 5, 2014
"Don't be a Victim: Protect Yourself from Scams and Identity Theft"
Time: 2:00 pm -- Wednesday
Facilitator: Amy Wardlow, community outreach specialist from the Office of the Indiana Attorney General
Location: Bell Trace, 800 Bell Trace Circle, Bloomington, IN 47408
Light refreshments will be served. Cancelled due to weather. Presented in June.
April 2014 -- Tour of the Toyota Plant, Princeton, IN
June 12, 2014 5 p.m.
Picnic at Karst Park Farms, Shelter House #1
June 26, 2014, 11:30 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. at Bell Trace
Come hear AMY WARDLOW, "Protect yourself:
Stop Scams and Identity Theft" Make a reservation by calling
332-2355 by Friday, June 20.
Dr. Gary Ingersoll, Education in Middle East
St. Marks UMC,
100 North St. Road 46
Speaker: Dr. Gary Ingersoll, Professor Emeritus in the Department of Counseling and Educational Psychology and also Professor Emeritus of Pediatrics in the IU School of Medicine.
He most recently served as Dean of Education at the United Arab Emeritus University and he focused his presentation on the educational system in the area of the Middle East.
Along with his presentation, the United Methodist Women of St. Mark's Methodist Church prepared an excellent Chicken-rice casserole and Vegetarian substitute, Chopped vegetable salad with vinaigrette dressing, Sliced bread with butter, Eclair dessert, and Water, iced tea or coffee.