Techology-related hobbies and groups
Peergroup Aufstellungen Hamburg
Sign Language Interpreters sharing resources and discussing the work, professional articles, posting upcoming workshops, webinars, etc.
Questions related to the Internet in the village Plodorodny 2, Krasnodar, Russia
This list is for the dissemination of information and discussion of matters related to the Iowa Council of the United Blind. Membership is limited to current ICUB board members in good standing.
For members of the History Camp community (HistoryCamp.org)
Child safety devices providing parents and children with extra security enabling tracking of child or children. Useful for garden, locality, shopping, holidaying, walking, events, funfair, etc. child tracking gps tracking gps locator cell phone tracking tracking devices phone gps tracking phone tracking gps
(Testing of) A mailing list for www.thegrahambaileyblog.com readers. TheGrahamBaileyBlog - News, Reviews, and Interviews from the technology world.
Discussion and announcement list for the West Michigan T-Nuts. T-Nuts facilitates the maintenance and restoration of early motor vehicles. We also have fun.
A community of families, sharing resources, enjoying making new friends, and creating a neighborhood, where each member is a stakeholder.
Discussion on Application
This list would be to make announcements on Chalice Circle Meetings held at The Monte Vista Unitarian Universalist Congregation. 9185 Monte Vista Ave, Montclair, California. Chalice Circles are small groups that meet regularly to deepen their relationships with each other and to grow spiritually. Chalice circles provide an open and supportive environment in which the inherent worth and dignity of each community member is respected, one that specifically promotes making connections and developing friendships within our congregation, and supports spiritual growth and the search for truth and meaning. A Chalice Circle consists of 6-10 people, including a facilitator and assistant facilitator. The facilitators, who are supervised by the parish minister, participate fully in the group and also come to monthly meetings led by the planning committee and the minister for ongoing support, skill building, and problem solving. Each group meets twice a month for about two hours. If the facilitator is available and the group unanimously agrees, the group can meet more often.
I am looking for a mailing list for our cheerleading group at a private High School. We use lists like this so we can communicate with our parents. I host the other lists with my shared hosting account but have run out of lists that I have with my account. I heard about your service through the Philadelphia Linux Users Group list as they are looking to move off of their donated server.
Mailing list for Region 14 CTS Staff to communicate using non-College e-mail resources, for when those resources are not available.
For students of the Gurmukhi Language and Gurmukhi Script (from 16th century North India). https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gurmukh%C4%AB_alphabet
Open Wide is an invitation only lifestyle group created to keep everyone informed of dates/events and to keep the members of the group easily connected.