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minimum wageThe Columbia Basin Badger Club is pleased to present the September Forum with the topic What Do We Know About Minimum Wage? The forum will be held on September 28, 2017, and will begin at 11:30 a.m. What Do We Know About Minimum Wage?  will take place at Shilo Inns, at 50 Comstock St., Richland, WA. For more details, get in touch with the Columbia Basin Badger Club by calling 509-628-6011.

Columbia Basin Badger Club Presents What Do We Know About Minimum Wage?

The Columbia Basin Badger Club is an organization that educates the community by means of hosting civil discourse that tackles relevant issues. For the month of September, the club will center on What Do We Know About Minimum Wage? The discussion will cover the laws on increase in minimum wage

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climate change and solar energy forumJoin the Climate Change and Solar Energy Forum on April 19, 2017, from 6:30 p.m. until 8:30 p.m. The forum will be held at WSU Tri-Cities - East Auditorium, at 2710 Crimson Way, Richland, WA. For more details, visit the Climate Change and Solar Energy Forum page on Facebook.

About the Climate Change and Solar Energy Forum
Go Green Tri-Cities, Solar Washington, Tri-Cities Citizens Climate Lobby, and WSU Environmental Science Club are pleased to host the Climate Change and Solar Energy Forum to educate the community of things that are causing climate change and how this can be stopped. The forum will be presented by the experts including the president of the Tri-Cities Citizens' Climate Lobby who is also a climate scientist, Dr. Steve Ghan, and WSU

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United Way of Benton And Franklin Counties Community Forum Kennewick WashingtonThis coming Tuesday, October 20 learn what’s happening in our community within the areas of education, health, safety and self sufficiency during the annual Community Health and Human Services Forum happening at the Three Rivers Convention Center with Keynote Speaker Bob Ferguson the Washington State Attorney General.

Topics and Speakers:

  • Kristi Haynes – Preventing   the Tragedy of Suicide

  • Chief Chris Skinner of Richland City – The Growing Challenges of Internet Crimes Against Children

  • Dr. Amy Person of Benton Franklin Health District – The Impact of Marijuana on Families

  • Sgt. Ken Lattin of Kennewick Police Department – Distracted Driving

  • Megan Nelson of Pasco School District – Preparing for Careers of

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