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                                   ANNUAL HOLIDAY BRUNCH

                               SATURDAY, DECEMBER 14, 2013

              Everyone is welcome to join us at our annual pot-luck

             Holiday Brunch to be held at our regular meeting place:

                             Ecker Center for Mental Health

                   1845 Grandstand Place, Elgin - 3rd floor

                                     9:30-12:00 a.m.

           Please bring a small dish - fruit, a casserole, bread, or

                                            dessert.

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                    MENTAL ILLNESS AWARENESS WEEK 2013

                                   TO BE ANNOUNCED

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                                            IRIS DAYS 2013

       NAMI KANE COUNTY NORTH'S 2013 'IRIS DAY' FUNDRAISER

                 MAY AND OCTOBER DATES TO BE ANNOUNCED  

       

          Working in teams of two in two-hour shifts, NAMI members

          will offer Iris bookmarks and NAMI brochures to shoppers and

          answer questions regarding serious mental illness.  Donations

          made to NAMI will be used to purchase educational materials

          for future programs.  

         

                 

                                                                          


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