[ 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.

Sept. 13

University of Central Oklahoma

Small Business Development Center

"Charting Your Course For New Business" seminar, 7-9 p.m., at the Edmond Chamber, 825 E. Second St., Ste. 100, in Edmond. $20 per person. For more information, call Barbara Scott at 232-1968.

Sept. 13-22

Metro Tech Adult Continuing Education

"QuickBooks Pro 99," 6-9 p.m. Monday/Wednesday, at the Information Technology Center, 1800 Springlake Drive. Students will study topics such as writing checks and paying bills, creating reports, managing accounts receivable and payable, invoicing, inventory control and payroll. Cost is $95. To enroll call 424- 8324, ext. 785.

Sept. 14

Metro Tech Adult Continuing Education

"Entrepreneurship: Starting your Business," noon-2 p.m., at the Adult Continuing Education Center, 1700 Springlake Drive. This workshop has everything you need to know to create, launch and operate a small business successfully. Attendees will start preparing a business plan and learn what makes an entrepreneur prosperous. Cost is $20. To enroll call 424-8324, ext. 785.

Support People Incorporated

"Anger Management" class, 6:30-9:30 p.m., at Francis Tuttle, 12777 N. Rockwell Ave. This educational seminar 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. The seminar is appropriate for people who want a better understanding of their own or someone else's anger. The cost is $11. Call 717-4732 to register.

American Society for Training and Development

Central Oklahoma Chapter

Meeting, at Applewoods Restaurant, 4301 SW Third St. Registration is at 10:30 a.m., followed by lunch at 11 a.m. and the program at noon. For the program, Bob Howard will present "Digital Video Delivery (DVD)." The luncheon cost is $10 for members, $12 for nonmembers. The cost for the program only is $5. Register by calling 272-0722 or go online at www.astdokc.org. For further information, contact Mary Burdick at 815-5258.

Risk and Insurance Management Society

Central Oklahoma Chapter

September meeting, 11:45 a.m., at Hilton Northwest's OKC Cafe, 2945 Northwest Expressway. Stacy Seaberg, assistant vice president of Marsh Inc. of Houston, will speak on "Managing Certificates of Insurance." RSVP to Michele Compton, Louis Dreyfus Natural Gas, at 748-2708.

Metro Tech Adult Continuing Education

"It Ain't English," 6-9 p.m., at the Adult Continuing Education Center, 1700 Springlake Drive. This is a primer in what "not to do" so that your press release won't be ignored by the media. Cost is $15. To enroll call 424-8324, ext. 785.

Downtown Now

Annual meeting, 3:30 p.m., at the McAlpine Center, 428 W. California Ave. Speaker D. Mark Singletary, editor and publisher of The Journal Record, will focus on the publications and programs of Journal Record Publishing Co. Also, Downtown Now will review accomplishments and preview goals for the coming months. For more information, call Kim at 232-4833.

Metropolitan Library System

Introduction to library Internet services and searching methods, 6:30-8 p.m., at the Midwest City Library, 8143 E. Reno Ave. Call 732- 4828 to preregister.

Sept. 14-Nov.16

Metro Tech Adult Continuing Education

"Small Business Plan for Success," 6-9 p.m. Tuesday, at the Adult Continuing Education Center, 1700 Springlake Drive. This program provides practical, timely and cost-effective information important to new and old businesses alike. Attendees will network with other inspiring entrepreneurs. …

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