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Event Calendar- Between the 20th of March and the 25th of March

Source of Light Center at the University, several community courses are being offered. The SoL Center, which is run by an ecumenical board of directors, supports both programs and courses that have a fee. The SoL Center is supported by the congregation of University Presbyterian Church, friends and sponsors from the neighborhood, donors to the SoL Center Endowment funds, and course participants’ tuition fees. Assistance with scholarships is available upon request. University Presbyterian Church, 300 Bushnell, on the 20th of March, there will be “Curious Conversations: How to Disagree with an Open Mind with Ariel Simpson” between 7:00 PM and 8:30 PM. Discover how to ask questions that are objective, respect limits, and have a sincere want to understand. Ariel Simpson, a native of Texas, has spent the last ten years fusing the business and psychological worlds to provide leaders with a greater array of tools and soft skills. Tuition: $15, before Mar. 13, $18 after. Contact: [Protected Email] or 210-732-9927 for more information.

Overeaters Anonymous, a 12-step organization called Overeaters Anonymous (OA) was established in 1960 for people who have issues with food, such as compulsive overeaters, those with binge eating disorders, bulimics, and anorexics. Everyone with an unhealthy relationship with food is welcome; according to OA’s Third Tradition, the sole prerequisite for membership is a willingness to quit compulsively overeating. The types of meetings vary as Hybrid = In-person & zoom or audio, IPO = In person only, VO = Virtual/Online only. Visit, www.oasanantonio.com e-mail [Protected Email], a hotline at (210) 492-5400.

Alzheimer’s Association, it offers free Alzheimer’s support group events. The Alzheimer’s Disease and Associated Diseases Association, Inc. was formally established on April 10, 1980. It is a non-profit, volunteer-run health organization in the United States that focuses on Alzheimer’s care, support, and research. The largest non-profit organization to support research into Alzheimer’s disease is The Alzheimer’s Association. With chapters and communities all around the country, the group has its national office in Chicago and its public policy office in Washington, D.C. “To eliminate Alzheimer‘s disease via the development of research; to offer and strengthen care and support for all afflicted; and to prevent the risk of dementia through the promotion of brain health,” reads the organization’s mission statement. Upcoming events are on March 20th at St. Luke’s United Methodist Church, 3471 Westheimer Rd, Houston, TX 77027 between the hours of 1:30 PM – 3:00 PM CDT and 21st March in St. Martin’s Episcopal Church: The Hope & Healing Center, 5025 Riverway Dr, Houston, TX 77056 between 1:30 PM – 3:00 PM CDT. For more information please visit, www.alz.org or call 1-800-272-3900.

Connections at Incarnate Word, it offers different kinds of free events such as Tai Chi, Qi Gong, Dao-In, and Yoga. Roger Jahnke has certified Mary Martha to instruct Integral Qigong, Tai Chi, and the Eight Treasures Ni family form. For three years, during five-week classes at the Omega Institute for Holistic Studies in Rhinebeck, New York, she helped Dr. Jahnke, train teachers. On the 23rd of March, you can attend to Chair Yoga event between the hours of 11:00 am– 12:00 pm. On the same day, you can also attend to Qigong session between the hours of 12:00 pm- 1:00 pm. Events will take place in Pan American Library, 1122 W Pyron Ave, San Antonio. On the 24th of March, the same events will occur at the same time in a different location; Lion’s Field, 2809 Broadway, San Antonio. Visit www.gentlewellness.com for more information or call 210-323-7621.

If you are willing to help animals for food and more, Animal Friends Humane Society is seeking volunteers. They are a 501c3 non-profit organization with Texas registration. They are entirely dependent on volunteerism and public donations to survive; they do not get any financing from the city, county, or state. They have assistance available for unloading donations 7 days a week between 11:00 am and 3:00 pm. You can donate them by visiting www.animalfriends4ever.org They are located at 28730 IH, 10 West, Exit 546, Fair Oaks Ranch.

Rotary Clubs: Rotary is A global network of business and professional leaders; Rotary Club promotes high ethical standards in all vocations and works to spread compassion and peace throughout the world. It is a service group that unites people from different professions, cultures, and backgrounds to work toward a shared objective of global understanding and community service. Locally based Rotary clubs are set up, and their members meet frequently to plan and execute charitable projects both locally and globally. These initiatives can include offering developing nations access to clean water and sanitary facilities as well as assisting regional youth initiatives or disaster relief operations. Clubs have universal roots that provide many different services to people for public well-being. Additionally, Rotary Clubs organize different kinds of events to ensure public health, equality for all, scientific developments, and many other kinds of important goals that will provide a better world. You can visit the main site: www.rotary.orghttps://rotary-icc.org Here are some of the events that are organized by Rotary Clubs from different regions:

San Antonio Northwest Rotary Club, In San Antonio, Texas, the San Antonio Northwest Rotary Club is a neighborhood Rotary club. It is a component of Rotary International and is committed to achieving the group’s goals of community service and advancing goodwill and understanding around the world. The group was established in 1987 and now has more than 100 members from a variety of backgrounds and occupations. Members gather once a week to organize and carry out community service projects that address a variety of regional and global problems, such as promoting literacy initiatives, expanding access to healthcare, and giving local students financial aid. The San Antonio Northwest Rotary Club promotes friendship and networking opportunities among its members in addition to its charitable efforts. “Northwest Rotary Charitable Fund, Inc. Trustees’ Meeting” on Thursday, March 23, in Outback Steakhouse, 12511 I-10 West, San Antonio between 12.00 pm to 1.00 pm. For more information, please visit: www.rotarynorthwest.com

Alamo Heights Rotary Club, a neighborhood Rotary club in Alamo Heights, Texas, USA, is called the Alamo Heights Rotary Club. It belongs to Rotary International, an international group committed to service, moral leadership, and the advancement of goodwill and peace in the world. Almost 100 people from various backgrounds and professions are currently a part of the Alamo Heights Rotary Club, which was founded in 1953. Members gather weekly to organize and carry out service projects that address a variety of regional and global concerns, such as advancing healthcare access, supplying clean water, and assisting with education. “Club Assembly”, on Tuesday, March 21st, in PO BOX 6995, San Antonio, TX 78209. You can site web site alamoheightsrotary.org or 210-824-2462 to get more information about the event. Web site: www.alamoheightsrotary.org

20/05 1- Rotary Club of Dallas, In Dallas, Texas, the Rotary Club of Dallas is a neighborhood Rotary club. It is a component of Rotary International, an organization with a global mission to advance humanitarian service, moral leadership, and mutual respect and understanding among nations. One of the oldest and biggest Rotary clubs in the state of Texas, the Rotary Club of Dallas was founded in 1911. It presently boasts more than 500 members from a range of backgrounds and vocations. Members gather once a week to organize and carry out service projects that address a variety of regional and global issues, including advancing peace and conflict resolution, supplying clean water and sanitation, and supporting education. “CLUB MEETING/ BLACK HISTORY MONTH FIRESIDE CHAT!”; chat with Judge Audrey Moorehead and Judge Brenda Thompson in honor of Black History Month moderated by Judge Bill Sanderson. On the 22nd of March, in 5956 Sherry Ln #1700, Dallas, TX 75225 from noon –to 1:00 PM. The event fee is $30.00. Visit www.dallasrotary.org for detailed information.

Rotary Club of Lille, is a component of Rotary International, an organization with a global mission to advance humanitarian service, moral leadership, and mutual respect and understanding among nations. It was founded in France. It currently has more than 100 members from various backgrounds and professions. Members meet every week. Proceeds from tournaments will fulfill our mission to develop our youth as the service leaders of tomorrow. For more details, please see Visit: www.rotarylille.net

Del Rio Rotary Club, a neighborhood Rotary club in Del Rio, Texas, USA, is called the Del Rio Rotary Club. It is a component of Rotary International, an organization with a global mission to advance humanitarian service, moral leadership, and mutual respect and understanding among nations. Almost 60 people from various backgrounds and occupations are currently a part of the Del Rio Rotary Club, which was founded in 1923. “Rotary Luncheon Meeting” on 21st of March in Ramada Inn, 127, Katrina Dr, Del Rio, TX 78840. This event will be at 12.00 am and all Tuesdays. Visit www.delriorotary.com for more information about the event and more.

Rotary Club of Fair Oaks Ranch, almost 60 people from different backgrounds and professions are currently a part of the Rotary Club of Fair Oaks Ranch, which was founded in 2001. Also, the Fair Oaks Ranch Rotary Club offers its members opportunities for socializing and networking. The club sponsors several initiatives and occasions, such as the annual golf outing and a scholarship program for high school students in the area. In general, the Rotary Club of Fair Oaks Ranch is a group of people who are dedicated to having a positive influence on their neighborhood and beyond and who share the value of putting others before themselves. It organizes an event that is called “March Madness” (college basketball theme) in the Rotary Club of Fair Oaks Ranch on the 22nd of March at 12.00 am. To get more information and be updated about upcoming events you can take a look at www.fairoaksranchrotary.org page.

Randolph Metrocom Rotary Club, over 30 people from various backgrounds and professions currently make up the Randolph Metrocom Rotary Club, which was established in 2011. It presents the “Randolph Metrocom Rotary Club Board Meeting” on the 20th o March between 11.30 to 1:00 pm. For more information and detail about the location of the event please look at the related page: www.randolphmetrocomrotary.org

San Angelo Rotary Club, it organizes a speech by Greg Martin about Pest Control During Spring & Summer on the 24th of March in Clarion Hotel, 401 Rio Concho Drive, San Angelo, TX 76903 at 12.00 pm. The management or control of pests, which are deemed to be harmful or obtrusive to human health, the environment, or commercial interests, is referred to as pest control. Many different strategies can be used to control pests, including physical removal, biological control, cultural modifications, and the application of chemical pesticides. Call (325) 656-2612 or mail [Protected Email] for more information.

The Rotary Club of San Antonio at Dominion, it meets with the public on Tuesdays at 11.59 pm in Dominion Country Club, One Dominion Drive, San Antonio, TX 78257. The Dominion clubhouse exudes an Old-World aura with its classic Renaissance architecture, the distinctive roofline of majestic domes and gold-leafed cupolas, courtyards, Cantera stone columns, and arched floor-to-ceiling windows that offer breathtaking views of the surrounding Hill Country landscape. On the 21st of March, there will be an “Open to Public Luncheon” event between 11.45 am to 1.00 pm. Visit https://portal.clubrunner.ca/3077/page/showhomepage for more information.

The Rotary Club of Seguin, which was chartered in 1923 and currently has over 70 members from various professions and backgrounds will organize a speech that will be given by Yvonne Sifuentes about “Gracie Jiu-Jitsu Seguin. The martial arts school Gracie Jiu-Jitsu Seguin is situated in Seguin, Texas, in the United States. It belongs to the Gracie Jiu-Jitsu School, which was established in Brazil by the Gracie family and is renowned for emphasizing grappling and ground fighting tactics. From novices to seasoned practitioners, Gracie Jiu-Jitsu Seguin offers classes to students of all ages and skill levels. The Gracie Jiu-Jitsu fundamentals, as well as more advanced techniques, self-defense tactics, and competitive training, are all included in the academy’s curriculum. This event will be on Tuesday 21st at 12.00 pm in Hein Dining Hall, Texas Lutheran University, 1000 W. Court Street, Seguin. Contact www.seguinrotary.org for broad detail.

28/18 Society For Animal Rescue and Adoption (SARA) Sanctuary, is looking for animal-friendly people for their events. Society For Animal Rescue & Adoption is known as SARA. Being one of the biggest sanctuaries in the world, SARA was founded in 1996 and currently has 650 animals under our care. Animals stay at the refuge for the entirety of their natural lives when adoption from the outside is not an option. Only when an animal is suffering and has no possibility of recovery is euthanasia used in the real sense of the word. Never is an animal killed for our convenience. On March 25th the event of “Pet Adoption Days at beautiful Green Jay Gardens” will occur between Noon to 3 pm at 100 Elm Grove Road in Seguin. Volunteers are needed for this event. For more information about the event please visit Greenjaygardens.com or www.sarasanctuary.org or call (830) 401-0280.

Good Will San Antonio, it is an institution that is aimed to fight poverty since 1945. On San Antonio’s South Side, Goodwill San Antonio was established in 1945. Bill Sinkin and four other local business leaders had the bravery of their convictions to launch Goodwill San Antonio with a passion to aid the less fortunate and an initial investment of just $5,000. Bill Sinkin’s vision and the legacy that is Goodwill San Antonio owe us all a debt of gratitude. They are organizing many events such as the “Jewelry Trunk Event” on Saturday, March 25 in 1431 E. Court St., Seguin, Texas from 10:00 am to 8:00 pm. At the time of day, they also organize a “New with Tags Event” in Laredo Store at 5901 San Dario Ave between 10:00 am to 8:00 pm. Visit : www.goodwillsa.org to get more information about the events or please call (210)- 924-8581.

Geeks Who Drink organizes different kinds of trivia nights in different locations. Depending on the venue, winning teams receive bar credit and other rewards. You’ll get more rewards if you answer the bonus questions that are scattered throughout the test. But the main goal is to demonstrate your dominance, or at the very least, please yourself. Dave & Buster’s Trivia Show: Powered by Geeks Who Drink will be with you every Tuesday at 7:30 pm in Dave and Buster’s – Austin, 9333 Research Blvd, Suite A600, Austin, TX 78759. This event is free. Visit www.daveandbusters.com or www.geekswhodrink.com for more information.

A bar, pub, or restaurant will generally host a trivia night where guests can gather to test their general knowledge on a variety of subjects. A quizmaster typically serves as the event’s emcee and reads out quiz questions on a variety of topics, including history, science, literature, pop culture, sports, and current events. Trivia Tuesdays by Black Potion will take place at 1900 Fredericksburg Road Suite 101, San Antonio, TX 78201 every Tuesday including the 21st of March. Continuously check lastcalltrivia.com/play to know the last updates about this event.