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- Networking group for nonprofits: 1st meeting is February 18, 2003 in Clay Jackson’s office at Merrill Lynch, Raleigh, North Carolina.
- New American Schools in Alexandria, Va., has endorsed the National Institute for Direct Instruction, a nonprofit committed to providing school districts with a training program and support to implement Direct Instruction, a comprehensive school reform model. For more information, visit the website.
- Hospice at Wake County will host the “Living Through Literature” lunch and lecture series on February 12, 2003 at the Hospice’s Sister’s Garden in Raleigh, NC. Doug Marlette, author and Pulitizer-prize winning cartoonist, will kick off the event at 11:45 am. For more information, call 919-828-0890 or visit the website.
- Sixty-eight high school seniors have been selected as finalists for the 2003 John Motley Morehead scholarship awards. Each award is valued at $70,000. The Morehead award selection committee will interview the finalists in Chapel Hill March 1-4 and announce winners March 7. Awards will be offered to about 40 students, who have until mid-April to accept.
- TEC International will host The Conference on Entrepreneurship, Innovation and Success on Saturday, February 22, 2003, at the McKimmon Center at the North Carolina State University, Raleigh, North Carolina. The keynote speaker will be Sam Richter, president of the James J. Hill Reference Library. For more informationor to register, visit http://www.businessleader.com/conference.
- Wells Fargo Global Trust and Custody has formed a Client Advisory Board to focus on custody, accounting, securities handling and reporting needs for endowments and foundations across the U.S. For more information, visit the web site.