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A place for members of the Mobile for Youth Workforce Development working group to discuss best practices in workforce development and administrative issues related to the group's operations
This group is the place where brilliant ideas will be exchanged. In addition, yearly gatherings and other social events will be planned via email list, and the decisionas and actions will be deployed to the related parties. Moreover, robotics, artificial intelligence, robotics usage in surgery and labaratories are some of the items discussed in this list.
We are a community of solidarity that deals with the issues of health care and help in the event of illness. We attach great importance to alternative healing methods and therapies for healing in the physical and mental area. Unfortunately, we cannot see each other often enough and exchange information in person, so we are looking for a mailing list that allows us to keep in touch and discuss things. We attach great importance to the fact that only registered users can use the mailing list and SPAM is prevented.
The list is used to send reminders about upcoming hikes to members of Bridlewild Trail Association
The West End Civic Association (WECA) mailing list. An avenue for the members of WECA to communicate about things that directly impact the association or the overall community. Things such as building maintenance, event planning, general membership meeting dates, etc.
The National Neighborhood Indicators Partnership is a network of over 35 city-based organizations that are using data to help improve their communities through direct advocacy, opening up data, research, and first-hand involvement with local policymakers. This list is for announcements, technology tips and tools, and other general advice on data sources and issue expertise.
"Kano op IJburg" is a kayak club in Amsterdam, NL. "Sportief" (sporty) is the subgroup that wants to improve their skills and make tours on seas, lakes and rivers. The maillist is meant to discuss where and when we want to go.
Indian Linux Users Group - Jammu started is an informal group of Free and Open Source Software users in the Jammu region. The rationale for this group is to bring the global revolution of FOSS to our region. We are a heterogeneous group of computer users from the North India 'city of Temples' JAMMU, united in our use of Free/Libre/Open Source Softwares and support of Software Freedom in general and the GNU/Linux in particular. We took the initiative for awareness on Foss , not necessarily on GNU/Linux but also on FSF/GNU/OSS/BSD, related topics such as Perl, Python, PHP, FreeBSD, TCP, IP, etc.
A forum to help the leaders of black professional organizations around the Triangle stay in touch whether the organizations are non-profit, corporate, collegiate or governmental. You may, for example, post about your organization's events, opportunities for collaboration, career fairs, or volunteer events. You may also post questions to the other list members. After you join the list, email to email@example.com to send an email to everyone on the list.
Discussion list for members of the Evergreen Basenji Club
A mail list for the Wellington Rover Crew (scouts 18 - 26) so we can organise events and meetings
discussion board for professional caretakers in Eastern-Flanders (Belgium), involved in the care of elderly psychiatric patients
This is the discussion list for the Lutheran Student Union at Lindenwood University in St. Charles, Missouri.
TRC is a non-profit organization/club for the enjoyment of radio controlled aircraft. We are located in Chesapeake Virginia and maintain a small flying field. We have about 60 or so members with similar interests in RC planes, helicopters and drones.