The Institute for Sustainable Leadership (ISF) is a series of 8 sessions that covers three main aspects of leadership fundamentals: understanding and clarifying one's motivations, values, beliefs and skills; learning how to leverage one's strengths to build trusting working relationships and achieving better results through people.
Join us for the 22nd annual Spring Garden Clinic on February 27.
Valentine's Day conjures up images of hearts, flowers and a double-decker box of chocolate, nougat and nuts. But, metaphorically speaking, what happens when that stupendous bouquet of roses you got turns out to be a pile of weeds? Love might cloud our vision, line drawing but that doesn't mean you have to turn a blind eye to consumer pitfalls. If you know what to look for, you can avoid some big missteps.
Cracking the Codes: The System of Racial Inequity challenges us to build a world that works for everyone. The stories in the film reveal what is often required to move through the stages of denial, defensiveness, guilt, fear, and shame into making a solid commitment to ending racial injustice. The film catalyzes powerful dialogue to support learning, change and healing of all people who want to undo race- based oppression.
Marion County Master Gardener classes begin September 13, 2016. Registration forms will be available this summer.
Did you know merchants can impose minimum purchase requirements for credit card purchases but not for debit cards? And that those minimum requirements are not up to the merchant?
The season of giving is over - well, sort of. For many people, December's gift-giving and feasting means a bigger-than-usual credit card bill in January. You know the advice: it's always good to pay off your balance in full. But if you can't, we've got some tips for paying down credit card debt: