June 28th is the 13th annual LaSalle County Farm Bureau Ag In The Classroom golf outing at Senica's Oak Ridge on U.S. 6 in LaSalle. Farm Bureau Manager Jeff Hartman, Tom Walsh of First State Bank, and Ryan Leifheit of First Farm Credit Services talk about events of that day and evening, sponsorship possibilities for local business, and describe the Ag In The Classroom program.
Counterintelligence expert Chris Simmons is a master in understanding human nature. He created the now-trademarked paradigm called "Human Chess" based on his life's unique experiences that enable him to become one of the most successful spy catchers over the last half-century. He explains how nonverbal community can be more important than anything that's ever spoken, how that
The final Marquette Minute of the school year features a half-dozen outgoing 7th graders who will be promoted to the 8th Grade class for 2013-14: Makena McConnaughhay, Michael Killelea, Zach Dyche, Andrew Schalk, Kaylor Speirer, and Angela Sandora.
William Hazelgrove says the new reality in America is "downsizing". The new affluence is "less is more". And, he's written a novel about a man who changes his life and does the reverse of the "Great Gatsby" story about rags to riches.
Listen to fresh food chef and wellness educator Suzanne Landry explain why reaching for a sweet or liquid energy drink for that mid-afternoon pick-me-up isn't a good idea, why the hearty big breakfast may not be what you need to start the day, and how to manage your diet so you can prevent perpetual snacking. Her latest book is "The Passionate
talks with Jay LeSeure on "The Morning Meeting" May 8th.
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