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Starting next week, Minneapolis is selling 1,000 5- to 8-foot trees for $25, the city announced Monday.
Cris Gears has led the large suburban park system since 2007.
Going to the NTEN Nonprofit Technology Conference in DC this week? Join us at several CiviCRM community events!
- Tuesday and Wednesday: User and Administrator Training
- Wednesday: Penguin Day
- Thursday and Friday: NTC Science Fair
- Thursday afternoon: "What CiviCRM can do for Nonprofits" session
- Thursday evening: CiviCRM Showcase
View CiviCRM at the NTC in a larger mapCiviCRM User and Administrator Training
Today is the last day to register for the CiviCRM User and Administrator Training, a two-day program that provides everything you need to use CiviCRM effectively. We'll cover managing contacts and custom data, event, online contribution, and mail features, and how to administer the system. The training is good for users of Drupal, Joomla, and WordPress: build your skills or bring a new co-worker up to speed.Read more or Register now
Can't make it? We're offering a number of other training programs in Washington and Atlanta, and we can also design a custom training for your needs.Read more Penguin Day
Presented by Aspiration, in coordination with Mozilla, PicNet, and CiviCRM, Penguin Days are opportunities to learn about open-source tools to support nonprofit organizations and social justice campaigns. It'll give you the tools for evaluating software and setting up the systems you need to manage your organization.Read more and register
Stop by the CiviCRM booth at the Science fair in the NTC! Come meet other CiviCRM users, pick up information, grab CiviCRM stickers, and more. We'll be at Booth 201 starting at 10:00 AM Thursday and Friday.What CiviCRM can do for Nonprofits
New to CiviCRM? Come learn about the features it provides nonprofits and other organizations and see a demonstration of the system in action.
This is also a great opportunity to meet up with other CiviCRM folks attending the conference.Read more or just join us in Madison A at 1:30pm. CiviCRM Showcase
Interested in seeing how people are using CiviCRM at their organizations? Looking to unwind after a busy conference day? The CiviCRM Showcase is a casual evening reception at the Hillyer Art Space where you can view CiviCRM in action at real organizations. Enjoy a beer or wine and some hors d'oeuvres with us.
Nonprofit leaders and CiviCRM implementers will be at stations demonstrating their sites and answering your questions. Or, just come and chat with others from the CiviCRM community. The event is free.Read more or just stroll down to the Hillyer Art Space:
9 Hillyer Ct. NW.
Washington, DC 20011
The two police brutality suits filed against the officer will cost more than $410,000.
A man was shot in north Minneapolis and died Sunday, authorities said.
A 64-year-old man arrested immediately after a fatal stabbing in southeast Minneapolis has been released from jail as police continue to investigate the death.
A man was found Saturday night shot to death in south Minneapolis, and the shooter remains at large, authorities said Sunday.
As league membership falls, bowling alleys struggle to stay open.
Minneapolis lacks a full-time gifted program for students.
The nine-day Twin Cities Auto Show starts today in Minneapolis with truck, fuel-stingy and sporty offerings.
Posted note went viral after driver suffered seizure.
Housing, office, retail and home for a farmers market would replace aging school district building.
A temporary moratorium for several neighborhoods will give time for study.
Amy Senser has shaved nearly six months off the time she must serve in prison for the fatal hit-and-run death of a man along a Minneapolis exit ramp, state officials said Friday.