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  1. Faith Outreach Quarterly Breakfast: Seasonal Affective Disorder: How Your Faith Can Help Support You

    December 10, 2019, 9:00 AM - 11:00 AM @ UNC Health Care – Hillsborough Campus

    The Department on Aging, together with UNC Health Care, and the Project EngAGE Faith Outreach Senior Resource Team, cordially invites all members of Orange County faith organizations, as well as anyone interested, to its next quarterly breakfast meeting. Please join us and guest speaker Annie Deaver, MSW, LCSWA from Orange County Department on Aging on Tue, Dec 10, at the UNC Hospital – Hillsborough Campus, for a presentation on seasonal affective disorder how it can affect your mental wellness and how to get support from your faith. The Faith Outreach initiative aims to connect Orange County’s diverse faith communities, and to bring them essential information, education, and opportunities. Please RSVP by Fri, Dec 6. Contact Shenae McPherson, VC55+ Administrator, at 919-245-4243, or shmcpherson@orangecountync.gov

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  2. Investigating the Presidents - Passmore

    December 10, 2019, 1:00 PM - 2:00 PM @ Passmore Center

    Unpack the history of how procedures were set up to curb the powers of the executive branch, examine the legal advantages a US president has that the average American citizen does not, discover the key roles that the media and the court of public opinion play in a presidential investigation, explore limits to the president’s ability to pardon specific individuals of a crime, and how investigative reports can help historians better understand past presidential scandals. Min: 12/ Max: 25. Instructor: Dr Michael C. Joseph

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