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An invitation

   Why not enjoy a few minutes of quiet contemplation and peaceful meditation in prayer before the Eucharist to renew and strengthen your love ______________________________________________ Monday Evenings in the Chapel of Mary we will continue the practice of Eucharistic Adoration.  We have an hour’s framework…

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Nutrition Note

Pop Quiz….How much do you know about diabetes? 1.    True or False – Diabetics can’t eat sweets 2.     Which blood test measures how well controlled your blood sugar is? a. Glucose b. HgA1C c. Potassium 3. Which nutrient needs measuring at each meal for diabetics? a. Carbohydrate…

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Lunch with 2 former congressman, October 23

The Martin Institute Presents: Lunch with 2 former Congressman: Congressman John Hall & Congressman Steven Kuykendall    John Hall, a member of the musical group, Orleans, served two terms as the Congressman from New York’s 19th District, from 2007-2010. Steven T. Kuykendall served in the…

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The ABS Leaders Present…FOOD FOR THOUGHT- Monday, Oct. 20th at 7:00pm in Duffy 120-Merit Point Program

FOOD FOR THOUGHT Monday, October, 20th at 7:00 PM in Duffy 120 What does privilege have to do with food? Come find out! Merit Point Program

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TODAY! “All Things Politics” Coffee Hour

SAVE THE DATE AND STOP BY! COME ALONE OR BRING A FRIEND! All Things Politics Coffee Hour series of monthly informal discussions for Stonehill community on topical issues of the day – domestic, international or global (every third Friday of the month) moderated jointly by faculty…

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Lunch with 2 former congressman, October 23

The Martin Institute Presents: Lunch with 2 former Congressman: Congressman John Hall & Congressman Steven Kuykendall    John Hall, a member of the musical group, Orleans, served two terms as the Congressman from New York’s 19th District, from 2007-2010. Steven T. Kuykendall served in the…

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Biology Seminar Friday Oct. 17th

Elizabeth Alach, APRN BC Advance Practice Registered Nurse in Pediatric Psychiatry, Private Practice Auntie Zaza’s Fibre Works, Owner Adjunct Lecturer, Simmons College “Environmental and Human Health through Art” Friday, October 17th @ 2:30 Martin 105 All are invited and refreshments will be served

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Chemistry and Biochemistry Seminar Friday, Oct 17th

Evan Tallmadge ’10 PhD Candidate Department of Biochemistry Cornell University “Evan’s Evans’s Enolates: Solution Structure and Selectivity Studies” Friday, October 17th @ 1:00 p.m. Martin 105 All are invited, refreshments following

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Political Science & International Studies Speaker Event, November 3rd

SAVE THE DATE AND STOP BY! COME ALONE OR BRING A FRIEND! Prof. David E. Matz McCormack Graduate School at University of Massachusetts, Boston Beneath The Surface: What Makes the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict So Difficult to Resolve? Rarely does a day go by without something of…

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This Week at The Farm

This Week at The Farm… Kohlrabi, frequently used raw in salad or slaws, has a texture similar to that of a broccoli stem, but with a flavor that is sweeter – and it happens to be Farmer Meigs’s favorite fall veggie. Last Week – We welcomed…

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