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      One Door Many Paths Career Fair, June 27th, 2016

      The colorful poster for the One Door Many Paths job fair contains the text featured in this article.Please join us on June 27th, 2016, for the first ever One Door Many Paths Career Fair!

      Located at Prairie Meadows in the Skinner Ballroom from 9-11:30am!
       
      Over 70 employers focused on the six major workforce sectors: Financial, Advanced Manufacturing, Healthcare, Information Technology, Skilled Trades, & Logistics.
       
      9-9:30am  Open to National Guard & Reserve, transitioning service members, Veterans, & family members.

      9:30-11:30am- Open to the General Public and FREE to attend
       
      Prairie Meadows is located at: 1 Prairie Meadows Dr, Altoona, IA 50009.
       
      Transportation to Prairie Meadows will be available on bus number 17. You can take the number 17 bus from Dart Central Station downtown Des Moines to Wal-mart in Altoona. You should get off at Wal-mart in Altoona. There will be a shuttle from Wal-mart to Prairie Meadows.  A shuttle will pick you up from Wal-mart in Altoona at the following times:
      8:46 Am, 9:21 AM, 9:46 Am, 10:21 AM, and 10:46 AM.

      Download and share the pdf of the flyer.

      A boy on a bicycle performs a wheelie stunt as books tumble from his backpack.

      Library announces 2016 Summer Reading Program

      The theme for this year's Library summer reading program is "On Your Mark, Get Set, Read."

      Get all the details here!

      Coralville residents to explore support group formation

      Do you or someone you know have vision problems?

      Join us for an Informational Meeting at the Coralville Public Library, 1401 5th St., Coralville, in the auditorium on July 13th  2:00 – 4:00 pm

      Area residents have expressed the desire to have a local support group. This meeting will provide an opportunity for you to get acquainted with other individuals who are blind or visually impaired.  Time will be devoted to discussing a support group. Bring your thoughts and ideas.

      Everyone is welcome!  For more information contact Dan Fisher, 319-321-1839 or Susan Howard, Iowa Department for the Blind, 515-681-3902 or susan.howard@blind.state.ia.us.

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