Business Calendar

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Business Calendar


Information for the Business Calendar should be sent to Ronnie Clay, The Journal Record, P.O. Box 26370, OKC, 73126-0370, or by fax to 278-2890. March 22

University of Central Oklahoma Small Business Development Center "Charting Your Course For New Business" seminar, 7-9 p.m., at 115 E. Gray St. in Norman. $20 per person. For more information call Dena Moutray at 232-1968. Women's Business Center Orientation, 11:30 a.m.-1 p.m. and 6:30-8 p.m., at 234 Quadrum Drive. Participants will learn how the Women's Business Center can help a business succeed through educational programs, networking events and access to capital. For more information call 942-8257. March 22-April 7 Metro Tech Adult Continuing Education "803--Administrating NT 4.0," 6-9:30 p.m. Monday/Wednesday, at the Adult Continuing Education Center, 1700 Springlake Drive. Perform post-installation and day-to-day administration tasks in a single- domain or multi-domain Microsoft Windows NT-based network. Cost is $375. To enroll call 424-8324, ext. 785. March 22-April 21 Metro Tech Adult Continuing Education "688--Transmission Control Protocol/Internet Protocol," 6-9:30 p.m. Monday/Wednesday, at the Adult Continuing Education Center, 1700 Springlake Drive. This class is for network integrators, system engineers and support professionals who implement and support TCP/ IP on Microsoft NT 4.0 Cost is $750. To enroll call 424-8324, ext. 785. March 23 University of Phoenix Oklahoma City Campus Information meetings at 9 a.m., noon and 6 p.m. The University of Phoenix is a fully accredited university that offers both bachelor's and master's degree programs. Students attend class one night a week from 6-10 p.m. For more information or to reserve a seat, call Josh Low at 842-8007. South Oklahoma City Council of Neighborhoods Community meeting, 7 p.m., at the Neighborhood Center, 2200 SE 59th St. The planning policies to be included in the city's updated plan to be completed this year will be discussed. For more information, call 672-7223 or 672-9294. Support People Incorporated "Anger Management" seminar, 6:30-9:30 p.m., at Francis Tuttle, 12777 N. Rockwell Ave. This is an education seminar which covers: developing healthy anger, relationship between physical and emotional aspects of anger, styles of anger, and cultural stories about anger. Participants will be given an opportunity to identify and chart their anger process. Seminar is appropriate for people who want a better understanding of their own or someone else's anger. Cost is $11. To register call Francis Tuttle at 717-4732. Metro Tech Adult Continuing Education "Electronic Data Interchange and Business," 6-8 p.m., at the Adult Continuing Education Center, 1700 Springlake Drive. Discover how you can profit from Electronic Data Interchange (EDI)-only markets and become familiar with EDI alternatives especially suited for small businesses. Cost is $20. To enroll call 424-8324, ext. 785. Metro Tech Adult Continuing Education "Better Business Writing," noon-2 p.m., at the Adult Continuing Education Center, 1700 Springlake Drive. Students will learn to write clean, concise business letters, memos and reports. Cost is $20. Lunch is included. To enroll call 424-8324, ext. 785. Desk and Derrick Club of Oklahoma City Membership meeting, at The Sportsman's Country Club, 4001 NW 39th St. The social is at 5 p.m., with the program beginning at 5:45 p.m. Mike Smith, secretary of energy and the governor's official representative to the Interstate Oil and Gas Compact Commission, will present "IOGCC's Response to the Current Oil & Gas Crisis." The cost is $16. For further information call 755-9672. Metro Tech Adult Continuing Education "QuickBooks Accounts Payable," 6-9 p.m., at the Adult Continuing Education Center, 1700 Springlake Drive. This course covers how to track inventory using QuickBooks enter/pay bills feature to develop reports and vendor summaries. …

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