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Adult Programs and Lectures at the Scottsdale Public Library–November – City of Scottsdale by quotes

Adult Programs and Lectures at the Scottsdale Public Library–November – City of Scottsdale

 Library Humanities & Cultural Programs

Grunts: American Combat Soldiers in Vietnam
Wed., Nov 8 at 6:30 p.m.
More than 2.3 million Americans fought in Vietnam. Kyle Longley, author and Director of graduate
Studies in the History Department at ASU, examines the important issues and provides insights to the sacrifices of the Vietnam generation.

Arabian Branch
10187 E. McDowell Mountain Ranch Road
Information: 480.312.READ
Writing for Publication
Mon., Nov 6 at 6 p.m.
Can’t get published and don’t know why? Former book reviewer and mystery author,
Betty Webb, offers writing instruction, creative support and manuscript critiques for fiction
and non-fiction authors.

Mustang Branch
10101 N. 90th Street
Information: 480.312.READ
Long-Distance Grand-parenting
Wed., Nov 15 at 1 p.m.
Learn ways to keep in touch with your grandchildren-even if they live far away.  Kathleen Waldron, of ASU’s Gerontology Department, addresses issues that face grandparents that live far from their grandchildren.  Waldron will discuss age-appropriate ways to keep in touch and other grand-parenting issues.

Mustang Branch
10101 N. 90th Street
Information: 480.312.READ
Boost your Brain
Wed., Nov 29 at 6:30 p.m.
Improve learning, reduce stress, re-energize and focus!  Christina Whitehawk presents Brain Gym -a method that integrates body movements with thought to develop and reinforce “whole brain-learning.”

Civic Center Library
3839 N. Drinkwater Blvd.
Information: 480.312.READ


Scottsdale Public Library Humanities & Cultural Programs by quotes

Diana Gabaldon to speak at the Romance Writers of America Workshop–Scottsdale Public Library – City of Scottsdale

Library Humanities & Cultural Programs

Desert Rose Chapter
Romance Writers of America Writers’ Workshop
Geared toward both aspiring and seasoned writers of all genres.
Saturday, Nov. 4
9:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.

Civic Center Library
3839 N. Drinkwater
Scottsdale, Az

Schedule of programs and events:

9:30 a.m. — Coffee

10 a.m.– Morning Sessions:
Writing to Enthrall with Vijaya Schartz

Writing the page-Turner with Connie Flynn

Hands Across the Novel with Pamela Tracy Osback

Write Advice for Beginners with Roz Denny Fox

How to promote yourself with Teri Gerow

11:30 a.m. — Lunch break

1 p.m. – Diana Gabaldon presents “Why You Ought to Read Bad Books”

2:30 p.m. — Afternoon Sessions

What’s New Out There? Panel discussion

Creating Your Character’s Fatal Flaw with Laurie Schnebly Campbell

Fresh Is for Fiction, Not Just Fish with Cathy McDavid & Carrie Weaver

Bluegrass at the Scottsdale Public Library — November 5th – City of Scottsdale by quotes

Library Author Talks, Writing & Book Discussions

Bluegrass at the Scottsdale Public Library — November 5

Library Program is music to your ears!

Bluegrass Sunday Afternoon-Family Program
Sun., Nov 5-1:30 to 3:30 p.m.
Come to the library with your family and friends to hear the award-winning Copper River Bluegrass Band.  It will be a toe-tapping afternoon with this local, award-winning quartet of bluegrass boys.  Featured will be selections from their new CD “Black Diamond.”

Civic Center Library
3839 N. Drinkwater Blvd.
Information: 480.312.READ

Kurt Warner to Speak at Business Motivational Seminar by quotes
Kurt Warner to Speak at

Business Motivational Seminar

News Talk 960 KKNT & the Scottsdale Area Chamber of Commerce are pleased to announce that Arizona Cardinal Kurt Warner will be speaking at the Business Motivational Seminar, a morning of enlightening and entertaining discussion aimed to help anyone in the business realm maximize his or her potential. Warner will join a stellar line-up of other popular sports icons including Trey and Amy Bender, Dan Manucci, Doug Plank and Ron Wolfley.

Kurt Warner, quarterback of the Arizona Cardinals of the National Football League, captured the imagination of the sports world in 1999 when he defied the odds by emerging from obscurity to lead the St. Louis Rams to a victory in Super Bowl XXXIV. In that same year, Warner was named the NFL and Super Bowl Most Valuable Player and stood out as the spiritual leader of the Championship team. MORE INFO

Event: Business Motivational Seminar 2006

Date: Tuesday, October 31st

Time: 8am – 11am

Place: Cardinal Stadium,

1 Cardinals Dr. Glendale, AZ

Register: Click Here



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Chief Technology Officer and Director of Internet Marketing

Arizona High Tech Talent Partnership
Scottsdale, Arizona 85254 USA

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PayPal Statement on Meg Whitman and Governor Napolitano Phoenix Meeting by quotes

PayPal Statement on

Meg Whitman and

Governor Napolitano

Phoenix Meeting

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eBay President and CEO Meg Whitman (l) with Arizona Governor Janet Napolitano

SCOTTSDALE, AZ.  Arizona Gov. Janet Napolitano, eBay President and CEO Meg Whitman, PayPal executives and Arizona area leaders met on Sept. 25 in Phoenix to celebrate PayPal’s increased presence in Arizona, commencing with the opening of the PayPal Technology Center in Scottsdale.

The PayPal Technology Center, which opened earlier this year, plans to hire hundreds of local technical professionals.

“We’re excited to celebrate this opening with Governor Napolitano and other Arizona officials,” said Meg Whitman, eBay president and CEO. “I look forward to a long-standing relationship between PayPal and the Arizona community, and the continued growth of jobs in this highly skilled workforce.”

The PayPal technology center has openings for technical professionals with expertise in product development, operations and infrastructure design, engineering and support. With locations in San Jose, Calif., Omaha, Neb., and Dublin, PayPal is noted for its exceptional work environments and its commitment to both employees and community.