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Voting apathy is highest among the poorest and most excluded sectors of society. I am appealing to church leaders and Pastors to consider providing a group of church volunteers to establish a time when members of the community can come to their church to register to vote.
Some so-called charities and political causes have stepped over the line to obtain contributions, and made senior citizens their target.
The Ohio Senate under the leadership of Sen. President, Keith Faber, and the Senate Public Utilities chairman, Bill Seitz, led the effort to freeze Ohio's renewable energy standards in the last days before the summer recess.
From First Community Church, Columbus, OH.
We are proud to host the 2014 Bollingen Lecturer, RICHARD J.
SWEENEY, PhD, Jungian Analyst, the annual key event of our sister organization,
The C.G. Jung Association of Central Ohio. Register through the Jung
Association at this link
Bollingen Lecture Dates: October 10 & 11, 2014
Oct. 10, 7 - 9 PM
Saturday, October 11th, 9:30 AM - 12:30 PM
Brownlee Hall, South
Dr. Sweeney, is celebrating his 20th Anniversary as a Jungian Analyst at the
same time as The Jung Association celebrates its 25th Anniversary.
Description: In his search to understand the nature of soul, or psyche,
Jung found surprising assistance from medieval alchemy in its portrayal
of soul as a naturally transformative process. Jung's theory of soul
finds additional support today from new science, modern psychoanalytic theory
and studies of mysticism.
Click here to view the
Questions? Call The Jung Association at 614.291.8050
Did You Know?
• Fifty percent of Americans have not discussed or developed an emergency plan for family members about where to go and what to do in the event of a local disaster, according to a 2014 national survey conducted by FEMA.
• Only 19 percent of Americans claim to be very prepared for an emergency situation.
• Despite the devastation hurricanes, tornadoes, wildfires and other emergencies and disasters have caused in recent years, only 60 percent of Americans say preparation for natural disasters is very important to them.
Learn more at www.ready.gov/september.