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Tuesdays Events Expand Personal Awareness


round half of communication is through body movements. Join

Sharon Sayler, a body communication expert, and author of What Your Body Says (and How to Master the Message) Tuesday, Sept. 28 at 10:30 a.m. for an insight on body language.

When body language can match what someone is saying, the results – both personally and professionally – are endless. People are judged before they have even spoken. Pick up tips and learn what it takes to send the message to convey to others. Learn the common mistakes, who is better at nonverbal communication (men or women), and what the No. 1 non-verbal everyone judges a person on. Sayler is a communications success strategist who trains professionals on

how to become stronger, more influential communicators and leaders. She teaches people how to communicate with confi- dence and clarity by matching their body language to what their mouth is saying. The fee of $5.50 covers coffee, tea and muffins. Members have a chance to win Sayler’s new book by attending the one- hour informative session. Quick Register ME335


What is numerology? How do numbers work? What are the meanings of numbers one through nine? Mark the calendar for an informative, yet fun way to learn more about the value and meaning of numbers. Jen Elliot, a master numerologist for more than 25 years, specializes in double and master numbers. The unique combi- nation of a person’s numbers can help to uncover hidden aspects of their career, health and family. Just a few simple compu- tations may help a person gain a richer understanding of themselves and around others.

Learn more about this upcoming

Tuesday at 10:30 event in the September issue of The Winged M, or call Member Services at 503-223-8744. Quick Register ME336 WM

Make Contacts at Business Networking Group

reshen networking skills this September by attending MACNet, the club’s business networking group. Members can make contacts and acquired tips on how to market their services or products, but come away knowing more MAC professionals. MACNet meets monthly on the second Wednesday. The goal is to offer an informal setting for MAC members to network with fellow MAC professionals. A moderator keeps discussion moving and the focus on the entire group. The cost includes a continental breakfast with fruit, breakfast breads, coffee and tea. The next MACNet is Wednesday, Sept. 8 at 7:30 a.m. Formal conversation ends at 9 a.m. but many stay afterward to make specific contacts.


The format includes short introductions from members, optimally as an elevator introduction: one that is impactful yet concise. Members enjoy discussions about current trends, work issues and marketing. After 1½ hours everyone is heard and all have received suggestions or dispensed advice to others. The benefit for all is the additional advantage of congregating with other members who are pursuing similar endeavors. For more information, contact Member Events Manager Lori Martin at 503-517-7269 or go

Quick Register ME303 (Sept. 8) and Quick Register ME301 (Oct. 13) WM Get Set for Tricks, Treats H

ave a wicked good time at the Children’s Halloween Party Sunday, Oct. 31 from 2-4 p.m.

Everyone is guaranteed treat, tricks and tales. Craft up some bats, brooms and potions, participate in games, and watch the entertainment. Brew up a fun costume and mark the calendar for the whole family. Look for more information in the September issue of The Winged M, or call Member Services at 503-223-8744. WM

Don’t miss the annual Children’s Halloween Party Sunday, Oct. 31.

Join MelloMacs in Song A

fter a summer off, the MelloMacs are preparing for the start of a new season.

In September, the choir is learning a new slate of songs. This is the perfect time for new members to join the group, when new music is introduced and harmony parts are learned for the first time.

MAC members are invited to try out an evening of rehearsal with the MelloMacs Monday, Sept. 13 at 6 p.m. The choir enjoys hors d’oeuvres and a no-host bar before an open rehearsal in the Duniway/Couch rooms. Rehearsal begins at 7 p.m. The MelloMacs hosted an open rehearsal in the spring that was a rousing success, and the singers hope to see continued enthu- siasm for joining the choir. Extra songbooks are available, and members are encouraged to pop by, grab some music, and join the MelloMacs for one night.

All ages are welcome and no reservations are required. No auditions are required to join the group.

For more information, contact Member Services at 503-517-7272.

–Tracy Prince WM AUGUST 2010 | The Wınged M | 35

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