WhenTuesday, January 10, 2012
Time6:00pm until 7:00pmFree to Members – $5 for non-members
The holidays are over. A new year has begun. There is no better time to think about your health and how to stay in shape. And IGNITE knows the perfect the place for that!
Come out and watch part of a youth and an adult class to see if this workout is right for you or you…r kids. Chat with Sensei Dave Phillips and get a coupon for a free introductory class.
If you are sick of hitting the treadmill or pumping iron, come check out this fun environment where everyone can work out on their own level, while the group spirit of the class encourages you to go just a little bit farther than you thought you could.
Shogun Martial Arts provides a modern and different approach to personal fitness through a fun mix of karate, muay thai kickboxing, grappling and self defense. What this means is that you’ll never get bored with this workout. Instructors do a great job of mixing things up – from warm ups to techniques to hands-on punch/kick combos. Master Hahn just got back from training in Thailand, so he is sure to bring back some new cool activities. Asah!
Tuesday, November 8 · 5:30pm - 7:30pm
We invite you to join us for 1/2 price burgers and wings and happy-hour priced drinks as we celebrate the culmination of our “IGNITE the VOTE! 2011″ informational campaign on Election Day.
Stop by with friends. Eat, drink and be merry. Stick around to watch election results.
More importantly, though, make sure you take the time to CAST YOUR VOTE! Let your voice be heard. Help make the young vote a strong one.
See where candidates stand on issues that you identified a priority in our survey on our website www.ignite-cny.org/ignite-
General information on candidates can be found on The Citizen’s websitewww.auburnpub.com.
Leaders come in many shapes and forms, with diverse styles and qualities. There are various ways of measuring the effectiveness of a leader, but in the end, a leader should not create followers but more leaders. True leaders are those who empower others.
Check out our continuing coverage of the 2011 elections. We took the questions that young professionals wanted answered to the candidates and here are their responses.
Check out the coverage of our Candidates Forum that took place on 10/4 in the CCC Student Lounge.
Click here to read the Citizen’s article
Click below to read the article
See what chairwoman Monika Salvage had to say this month in the Auburn Citizen:
Become an active part of the candidates’ agendas. Take advantage of this opportunity.
On November 8th, elections for Auburn city councilors and mayor as well as Cayuga County legislature are coming up. It is important for you as young professionals to be informed about the candidates’ agendas, so you can make an informed decision when it is time to go out and vote on Election Day to make your voices heard. IGNITE would like to help you with that.
As part of our IGNITE the Vote! 2011 campaign we reach out to you to compile a list of issues and topics that young professionals care about. In turn, we will share them with the candidates and give them the opportunity to respond. The results will be posted on our website, so you can compare the answers and make up your mind as to who you think would best serve our community. You can also share questions that you would like to have answered by candidates. A selection of those questions will be asked to them directly at the IGNITE Candidates Forum on October 4th.
Please take a few minutes to share your interests and thoughts.
How can IGNITE help you make a difference? Read about it in our August column.