Monday, April 25, 2011

Event: Mobile County Classroom in the Forest: Forest in The Classroom Start: 4/25/11 8:30am
Fee: None End: 4/25/11 8:35am
Calendar(s): ACES 4-H & Youth Development
Address: Bob Pittman TREASURE Forest, Grand Bay, AL County: Mobile
Contact Name: Mandy Marks Phone: 251-574-8445
Event Website: Email: mjm0006@aces.edu
Description: Wilmer Elementary designated 5th. grade classes, teachers, parent chaperones and all trainied volunteers visit the Forest, hosted by private TREASURE Forest Landowner volunteers.

Event: ServSafe Start: 4/25/11 9:00am
Fee: 125 End: 4/26/11 1:00am
Calendar(s): ACES Food Safety, Preparation & Preservation
Address: Alabama Fish Farming Center County: Hale
Contact Name: Kristin Woods Phone: 2517531164
Event Website: http://www.aces.edu/foodsafety Email: woodskl@aces.edu
Description:

Event: Diabetes Support Group Meeting Start: 4/25/11 9:30am
Fee: Free End: 4/25/11 11:30am
Calendar(s): ACES Human Nutrition Diet & Health
Address: Medical Center Tower Bldg. Classroom - Med. Center Pkwy. Selma, AL County: Dale
Contact Name: Callie N. Nelson Phone: 334-875-3200
Event Website: Email:
Description: A trained healthcare provider will discuss the importance of maintaining normal levels of your AIC, Blood Pressure, and Cholesterol. We will also share recipes and have a taste testing of diabetic recipes.

Event: Bird Identification Workshop Start: 4/25/11 12:00pm
Fee: 25.00 End: 4/27/11 12:00pm
Calendar(s): ACES Forestry, Wildlife & Natural Resource Mngt.
Address: Solon Dixon Forestry Educational Center, Andalusia, AL County: Covington
Contact Name: Randy Wilson Phone: 601.965.4903 ext 15
Event Website: http://sdfec.auburn.edu Email: randy_wilson@fws.gov
Description: Date: April 25th - 27th, 2011 Time: Start at Noon on Monday, April 25th -- End at Noon on Wednesday, April 27th Intended Audience: Wildlife Biologists and Foresters (Limited to 25 Participants) The courses will be targeted at biologists and foresters, with day-to-day dealings with bird/habitat implementation projects in longleaf and other open pine systems, but will be of value to folks working in other habitats. Objectives of the Workshop: Expose attendees to: (1) bird identification tips, techniques, and available resources; and (2) an introduction to bird/habitat relationships.

Event: Parent Project Start: 4/25/11 6:30pm
Fee: End: 4/25/11 8:30pm
Calendar(s): ACES Family & Child Development
Address: 340 Queen Ann Road, Wetumpka County: Elmore
Contact Name: Katrina Mitchell Phone: 334-567-6301
Event Website: http://www.aces.edu/Elmore Email: mitchk1@aces.edu
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