Contact Ms. Kim Merritt at 443-762-6926 or Kiersten Rodgers at 901-283-1523.

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Practically brand new items! Pub-style dining set (opens up to seat 6 people): $350 OBO, Sofa AND Love Seat, beige: $150.

MIFA COOL College Fair! Tuesday, December 16, 2014 – 3:30-5 pm at MIFA (Metropolitan Inter-Faith Association) 910 Vance Ave., 38126

Change from flyer! RSVP by Monday December 15th, 3 pm!

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Kellogg’s has part-time merchandiser job openings. Basically, merchandisers organize, rotate and stock shelves during each store visit (short description).

The hourly pay rate for this position is $10/hour to $13/hour depending on the location and candidate experience.

No work experience is required; however previous Retail/Grocery merchandising experience is preferred.

Required: Excellent customer service and verbal communication skills. Availability to work on holidays and weekends. Weekly access to the internet to enter hours worked for payroll Ability to conduct physical work, frequently lift 15 lbs and occasionally up to 50 lbs.

This position will work variable hours up to a maximum of 28 hours per week, depending on the territory you are assigned to and the needs of the business.

https://kelloggs.taleo.net/careersection/7/jobdetail.ftl?job=USA008032&lang=en&src=SNS-10801

Memphians – get covered by January 1.  In order for this to happen, they MUST be enrolled in a plan by Dec. 15th. It is for this reason that we are hosting two last minute enrollment events before the Dec. 15th deadline  to accommodate people that want to get coverage. This includes people that need to renew!!!

Anyone needing to schedule an appointment or who would like more info, please call 844-644-5443. Or, go to www.getcoveredtenn.org.

Thanks for all that you all are doing to ensure that Memphians get covered!!!

Best,

Nikeisha Royston, MA CNP

Organizer TN

902 S. Cooper Street

Memphis, TN 38104

901-343-7095

 

Email: nroyston@enrollamerica.org

Please visit us on the web at:  www.getcoveredamerica.org

 

MLGW, Neighborhood Christian Center
100 Space Heaters, 100 Electric Blankets Available to Qualified Applicants

(December 9, 2014) MLGW is teaming up with the Neighborhood Christian Center to assist qualified low-income seniors and disabled residents of Shelby County through the Power of Warmth Program.

The Neighborhood Christian Center will be accepting applications and screening eligible households for heaters or blankets at 785 Jackson Ave. on Tuesday, December 16, from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.

To qualify for the Power of Warmth Program, applicants must be a resident of Shelby County as well as disabled and/or a low-income senior, age 60 or older.

To apply applicants will need the following credentials on hand:
Tennessee State ID or Drivers License to verify age and address.
The most recent pay stub or Social Security Income statement to verify income.
If you have a physical disability but do not meet the age requirement, you must bring the proper certification information.

Customers may contact the Neighborhood Christian Center’s hotline number at (901) 881-6013 for a pre-recorded message detailing the necessary qualifications and credentials for eligibility.

Outkast Watch Party, #Christmas #Volunteers Needed, State of Black #Memphis, #Leadership Sessions and more! 

Outkast Watch Party, Thursday, December 11, 6:00pm

Rumba Room, 303 S. Main St.

20 Years of Outkast is coming to Memphis with a special viewing of their 90 minute concert! Watch your favorite songs performed on the Big Screen at the Rumba Room. Hosted by Tonya Dyson and DJSwagg will be closing down the night with Dungeon Family Hits. Doors open at 6:00pm and the concert viewing starts at 6:30pm. Also pick up official Outkast Merchandise! Purchase Tickets:www.outkastmemphis.eventbrite.com
Volunteers Needed for Operation Happy Christmas, Thursday, December 11, 6:00pm

Clean Memphis needs help assembling around holiday boxes Thursdayevening. These boxes will be delivered to various senior centers around the cityon Friday. We will be meeting at the South Hall of the Convention Center.  Pizza will be provided. Please RSVP at janetboscarino@hotmail.com.

Volunteer with Hattiloo, Saturday, December 13, 5:45pm

Hattiloo Theatre, 37 South Cooper Street

Volunteers needed as hosts/hostesses during Hattiloo Theatre’s production of “If Scrooge Was A Brother” on December 6. This is an opportunity to support the newly opened location in the Cooper/Young area and catch a glimpse of this phenomenal play. Volunteer shift starts at 5:45pm and ends at 9:00pm. Attire is all black. Sign up at president@mulyp.org.

State of Black Memphis Follow Up Meeting, Saturday, December 13, 1:00pm-3:00pm

Memphis Urban League, 413 Cleveland St. | Join MULYP in strategizing the next phases to address disparities in Memphis. Action items are centered around Health, Education, Civic Engagement, Economic Empowerment. If you want to be involved, but cannot attend, email civics@mulyp.org.

YP Coaching Session: Leadership Strategies for Obtaining Superior Performance

Saturday, December 13, 1:00pm-3:00pm

Memphis Urban League, 413 N. Cleveland

It’s the 4th quarter of 2014! Are you a proven clutch player in your workplace, or are you barely getting by?  This coaching session, facilitated by FedEx Global Training Developer Julie Mcalpin, provides young professionals s with important tools for enhancing their own commitment levels and setting obtainable goals for continued improvement.  RSVP at ppdchair@mulyp.org.

 

Mental Health Educational Classes 2015

BRIDGES

For people with a mental health diagnosis

Jan.7 thru March 11, 2015 and June 30, 2015 thru Aug. 5, 2015

10 Week – Wednesday Class – Two times available

BASICS

For caregivers of children with a mental health diagnosis

April 1 thru May 6 and Sept. 2 thru Oct.7

6 Week – Wednesday Day Class

 

Classes are free for participants

Pre-Registration Required

Please call NAMI Memphis at (901) 725-0305

Veronique Black, Secretary/Consumer and Family Advocate

NAMI Memphis

(901) 725-0305 Office

(901) 725-0306 Fax

Because someone you love has a mental illness.  That’s why there’s NAMI.

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