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BNC - A BRIDGE FROM THE PAST TO THE FUTURE
Last Updated: March 09, 2014
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BOOKS 'N BRUNCH
Wednesday, April 2, 2014
SHERATON AGOURA HILLS HOTEL
MARCIA CLARK Former prosecutor for Los Angeles County, best remembered for her involvement in the O.J. Simpson murder case
LEE GOLDBERG, author of Mr. Monk Gets Even and JENNIFER KAUFMAN, co-author of Freud's Mistress
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THANK YOU TO THE CONEJO VALLEY CHAPTER
….a big THANK YOU to the Conejo Valley Chapter and its Presidents, Susan Barnett and Carol Smith, from your BNC Western Region Presidents, Honey Bencomo and Sharon Cohen:
We owe you a huge debt of gratitude for being the host chapter at the BNC Western Region Conference held Jan. 19-21, 2014, at the Hyatt Westlake Plaza Hotel. We have received many congratulatory notes raving about how everyone felt so welcomed by your warmth and your friendliness.
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BNC Membership Contest -- July 1, 2013 - June 30, 2014The BNC chapter that raises the greatest percentage over their FY '14 membership goal will receive a $500 BNC gift card!
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"Sustaining the Mind" campaign.
Sustaining the Mind: Scientific Research and Scholarships
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Did you know that Alzheimer's disease alone affects 15 million people worldwide? Maybe you or a family member or friend is one of those people. As the population ages and this number increases, the need for neurological and neurodegenerative disease research becomes increasingly important.
Brandeis University researchers in over 50 laboratories are already pioneering strides in the field of brain-related disorders, including Alzheimer's and Parkinson's diseases... read more...