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MAKE NEW BUSINESS CONTACTS AT THE SEPTEMBER CHAMBER BREAKFAST NETWORK

Expand your contact list and increase your company's visibility by joining more than 200 other regional business leaders at Breakfast Network, a networking event similar to "speed dating," where each attendee has the chance to present an elevator speech to 30-plus fellow professionals.

Tuesday, Sept. 10
7:30-9 a.m.
Wyndham Hotel
10918 E. 41st St.

Registration cost for Breakfast Network is $20 for members and $40 for non-members. For more information, call 918.560.0212 or e-mail events@tulsachamber.com.

September NRC Newsletter Now Available!

View the September Nonprofit Resource Center E-Newsletter 

The newsletter is designed to keep customers up-to-date on upcoming workshops, free online training, helpful resources, and all things nonprofit.

Customize Your Reading, Courtesy of Your Library

Next Reads Service from the Tulsa City-County Library

Like books? Overwhelmed by the number of books out there? Use a simple service from your Tulsa City-County library to make the most of your reading time. Sign up for Next Reads newsletters and customize what you get, for your kids or for yourself, delivered right to your inbox. Want picture books? Cookbooks? How about picture books AND kids books? History, gardening, NYT bestsellers... Best of all, one click takes you to the library to see what is available and where. One more click and the book is reserved for you and will be sent to your favorite branch.

TechSoup Offers Free Time Management and Leadership Training

Do you have difficulty finding time to lead your organization because you're bogged down with email and other mundane work tasks?

TechSoup's complimentary webinar, Time for Leadership: Finding an Hour to Lead, aims to help participants manage their time to take control of their schedule.

Visit TechSoup for more information about this free webinar.

Wednesday, September 4, 2013 
12:00-12:50 PM Pacific Time

I have a dream... 50 years later

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Today marks the 50th anniversary of the March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom. The march saw between 200,000 and 300,000 people converge on the Washtington Mall in front of the Lincoln Memorial where a parade of speakers representing multiple races and religions advocated for civility and equalty through prayers and speeches  and hoped to rally support for President Kennedy's proposed Civil Rights legislation.

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