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AN EMPLOYMENT SEMINAR & NETWORKING EVENT
Stephen D. Hans, Esq. & Nils C. Shillito, Esq.
Will address the Employment laws that Business Owners should know including Wage & Hour laws and recent Employment law updates
Tuesday, September 22, 2009
From 6:30 p.m. – 8:00 p.m.
Wine & Finger Food Will Be Served
The Event Will Take Place at
45-18 Court Square, Suite 403
Long Island City, NY 11101
(Across from Citibank Building)
E, V, G Trains to 23rd Street/Ely Avenue (on the corner) or
7 Train to 45th Road-Courthouse Square (one block away)
Limited Seating Available
RSVPS are Mandatory
Please RSVP to Leila (917) 620-5364 or email@example.com
Join us on Thursday, November 11 as we come together to celebrate the
Long Island City Business Community.
- Mix and mingle with fellow business owners
- Create new alliances
- Enjoy coffee or tea and delicious finger foods
And enjoy 'Connecting to Greatness' Founder Kate Gaffin's business building presentation: "Little Acts / Big Success".
When: Thurs. Nov. 11 at 6 to 8 pm
Where: Cranky's 48-19 Vernon Blvd at the corner of 49th Avenue, LIC
RSVP: Mina at Cranky's: 347-739-4921
Perfectly suited for the entire family, this unique event offered with free admission will feature stage readings in English and in Greek of representative Cypriot folk stories and poems which survived over the centuries by word of mouth and which were collected and published for the first time in Engish translation in the books, "Folk Stories My Grandmother Told Me" and "Cypriot Folk Poems 900-1900AD", by the late Lucy Maroulleti, author, translator and storyteller. Unlike children's fables, these folk stories and poems revive unique aspects of the rural life of the Cypriots in older times about war heroes, love, loss of a loved one among other, while most of them reflect true events.
The event will take place at the Stathakion Cultural Center, 22-51 29th Street, Astoria, NY 11105 which is easily accessible by subway (Astoria N or Q BMT Lines - last stop Ditmars Blvd). All seats at the venue are numbered and an RSVP is preferred. To books seats email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 718-545-1151. For more information please visit, www.cyprecoofamerica.com.
This program produced by the non-profit cultural organization CYPRECO of America, Inc., is under the auspices of the Cyprus Federation of America, Inc., and it is made possible in part by Arch Capital Group (US), Inc., the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs, the Cyprus Federation of America and Astoria Federal Savings Bank, Ditmars Branch in Astoria, NY.
Media Sponsors: AKTINA FM-WNYE 91.5FM and AKTINA TV-WNYE-Ch. 25.