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Tri-Cities Chapter Of Families Anonymous Meeting In Richland, WashingtonThis Tuesday, October 27 the Tri-Cities Chapter of Families Anonymous will have its weekly meeting for families struggling with a family member who is abusing substances (drugs or alcohol).

Details of the Event
Families Anonymous is a twelve step program for relatives and friends of drug dependent individuals. It was founded in 1971 by group of parents in Southern California concerned with their children’s substance abuse.  As of 2007 there are FA meeting in more than 20 countries and almost 225 regular meetings in the United States.

Families Anonymous weekly meetings are held at the Columbia Foursqaure Church located at 700 Comstock street Richland, Washington every Tuesday night from 7:00 to 8:30 in the evening.

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The Control Paradox: Joe Estey Speaker Shilo Inn In Richland, WashingtonThis coming Tuesday, September 8 come watch Joe Estey at Shilo Inn located at 50 Comstock Boulevard in Richland, Washington at 5:30 in the afternoon.

Details of the Event
The speaker for the September 8 dinner meeting of the local ASQ (American Society for Quality) section will be Joe Estey.

His talk “Choosing Wisely: Recognizing and Avoiding The Control Paradox” will provide insights to help distinguish and avoid The Control Paradox, which is defined as follows:

By seeking to eliminate the undesirable event through the elimination of human error, we guarantee the undesirable event by ignoring human nature.

The meeting will be held at the Shilo Inn in Richland, with check in/networking starting at 5:30 pm, buffet dinner at 6, and the

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Monthly General Membership Luncheon Holiday Inn Express - Pasco, WashingtonThe Pasco Chamber of Commerce will have its Monthly General Membership Luncheon Meeting at the Holiday Inn Express, 4525 Convention Place in Pasco, Washington this Monday, July 13 from 11:45 in the morning to 1:00 in the afternoon.

More about the Event
Come and meet the candidates for the Pasco City Council as they introduce themselves and discuss their platform and campaign issues. All 11 candidates and incumbents for 3 positions will be there. The meeting is held every second Monday of the month to discuss local topics and catch up on what’s going on in the Tri-Cities.

Admission:
• $20 – member
• $25 – non-member

For more information you may call 509-547-9755 or go Pasco Chamber of Commerce's Facebook page.

 

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Discussion: A Vision of the Tri-Cities At Richland Shilo Inn Richland, WashingtonOn Thursday, May 29 come to the Discussion: A Vision of the Tri-Cities from 11:30 in the morning until 1:30 in the afternoon at the Richland Shilo Inn, 50 Comstock St. in Richland, Washington.

About the Event
For their May 29 meeting, there will be three speakers who will share their vision for what come be coming to the Tri-Cities and greater Mid-Columbia.

The speakers are:

  • Michael Tormanen, owner of The Local Coffee Shop in Kennewick and part of an entrepreneurial team that is hoping to bring a Pybus Market-type facility to the Tri-Cities. 
  • Tim Arntzen, executive director of the Port of Kennewick, who will talk about the port's ideas surrounding Vista Field, the Richland raceway and downtown Kennewick. 
  • Allen Shoup, former CEO of Ste.
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Tri-ART Artist Information Meeting At Richland Community Center Richland, WashingtonOn Wednesday, March 18 from 6:00 to 7:00 in the evening, the Tri_ART Artist will be having an information meeting at the Richland Community Center, 500 Amon Park Drive Richland, Washington. Admission is free.

More about the Meeting
The Leadership Tri-Cities Class XX has joined with the Arts Foundation of the Mid-Columbia to create the first annual Tri-ART for giving community art contest and fundraiser that will be held May 8-24. Want to know more about Tri-ART? Join us for an informal discussion where we open up the floor to your questions! Get more information on participating venues and sponsors. Hope to see you there!

For more information go to https://www.facebook.com/events/815364438499129/

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Native American Genealogy Research Clover Island Inn Kennewick, WashingtonThe Tri-City Genealogical Society will be having its February meeting at the Clover Island Inn’s Captain’s Table on Wednesday, February 18 at 7:00 in the evening after a no-host dinner beginning at 5:30 in the evening. Admission is free!

Details of the Event
Clover Island Inn located in 435 Clover Island Drive Kennewick, Washington presents “Native American Genealogy Research” on Wednesday. The speaker for the February meeting will be Aileen Mansfield who will be speaking on Native American ancestry and culture. Aileen Mansfield is an enrolled member of the Yakama Nation. She is also a graduate of Brigham Young University and was the 2007-2008 Miss Native of Heritage University.

For more information please call 509-554-1050 or visit

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CBC Chapter Of The Native Plant Society Meeting & Presentation Pasco, WashingtonOn Wednesday, February 4 the Columbia Basin College Chapter of the Native Plant Society will be holding a meeting and presentation at Room TD-439, 2600 N. 20th in Pasco, Washington. Event starts at 7:00 in the evening. Admission is free!

About the Meeting and Presentation
You always wanted a fixation on something, how about Bitterbrush? Join the meeting and listen to Dr. Ryk Smith, Associate Professor of Environmental Studies at Columbia Basin College as he discuss nitrogen fixation in a non-leguminous shrub native to shrub steppe habitats of the area. At 6:30 p.m., bring in your unknown plant (non-ornamental) and the group will try to identify it. Plant identification occurs before the regular meeting.

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Lower Columbia Basin Audubon Society Monthly Meeting Kennewick, WashingtonOn Tuesday, January 27 the Lower Columbia Basin Audubon Society will have their monthly meeting at the First Lutheran Church, 418 N. Yelm St. in Kennewick, Washington. Meeting starts at 7:00 in the evening. It is free to attend.

About the Event
The monthly meeting will include a talk by Audubon Society president Lori Nelson, who will address how climate change affects bird species.

The Lower Columbia Basin Audubon Society will also hold a pancake breakfast fundraiser on Saturday, January 31 with proceeds from the breakfast to help the society with its educational and conservation programs throughout the year. For tickets, call 509-547-9087. Tickets will also be available at the meeting.

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The ABCs Of Probability At Shilo Inn Richland, WashingtonOn Tuesday, February 3 everyone is invited in The ABCs of Probability happening at Shilo Inn 50 Comtock Boulevard Richland, Washington from 5:30 in the evening onwards.

Details of the Event
The event features Jim Davidson. He will be will the featured speaker at the dinner meeting of the local ASQ (American Society for Quality) section.

Mr. Davidson will talk about “The ABCs of Probability” focuses on sampling plans, statistical sampling theory and statistical analysis of sample results to support decision making.

He will also be discussing the data quality objectives (DQOs) and how to implement the DQO process, which provides steps for data collection activities. Jim will visually illustrate basic facts about probability related to random

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