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Spring 2013 Newsletter

Do you ever wonder what happens to the brave souls who choose to resolve their differences with mediation? We know some are ashamed they needed to ask for help to overcome their controversies, resolve “simple” differences of opinion, or deal with major conflicts that will affect the rest of their and their families lives. After…

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Winter 2012 Newsletter

Joy to the world and peace on earth are more than nice thoughts once a year for you. Every hour you volunteer, you are pragmatically and concretely making peace in our community one mediation at a time. It is a powerful thing – mediation. Have you shared what you do with your family and friends?…

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Autumn 2012 Newsletter

Welcome to the Autumn edition of our newsletter! As the post-labor-day sun shines on us…at CDR we celebrate our summer full of activities. Thank you all who used your summer free time to help mediate our super high volume of cases! We delighted in hearing from many of you who took a well-deserved break and…

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Free Online Virtual Seminar

ADRhub.com is hosting CyberWeek 2012 which is the annual virtual conference dedicated to the innovations and development in Online Dispute Resolution. This online FREE event will have virtual seminars from Monday, October 29th through Friday, November 2nd. To register or learn more about this opportunity, please visit: www.ADRHub.com  

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Interviews with Maralise Hood Quan

Comcast Newsmakers Interview with our Executive Director, Maralise Hood Quan:   Cityline Interview- August 2, 2012 Visit the Cityline Website to see the interview with our Executive Director and Board President at the 17:30 minute mark.

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Help us make our website work for you.

Welcome to our new website. This is truly a collaborative work in progress.  We hope to continually add new content and features. Please take a look at the new format and information. We want to thank the CDR staff’s crucial input and our amazing professional team of volunteers who made this happen: Leah Kalamakis (today’s…

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