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Walkabout KC In July, we’ll head over to Corporate Woods Founders Park and then go south along the greenway linkage. A greenway linkage is a wonderful open space of land that is set aside for public use and which connects two or more locations via a course through...

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Mensa Practice Test Promotion

Mensa Practice Test Promotion

It is often stated that intelligence is simply defined as ‘the ability of a person to adapt to change’. If this is so for you (at a high level) then you may want to learn more about joining up with a high IQ society like American Mensa and Mid-America Mensa. Do you...

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Theodore Talks We closed out May activities with our very first lecture in MAM’s new Theodore Talks series. Dr. John Laudun <johnlaudun.org> gave a very interesting, thorough, and complete discussion of Vernacular Knowledge: Looking for Intelligence in...

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Mask Wearing at MAM Events

As you may know, since the start of the pandemic, adhering to CDC and local guidelines precluded scheduling nearly all of our in-person get togethers. On May 13th, the CDC revised their guidelines, so that fully vaccinated people can now gather in small and large...

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News & Notes

Have you gotten the jab? May is the unofficial start of summer and new seasonal activities and changes to our schedule(s) are gradually ramping up. If you have gotten your COVID-19 vaccination and/or you will be graduating in May, oh the places you’ll go! Likewise,...

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Theodore Talks: Dr. John Laudun

Dr. John Laudun has been selected to be the first speaker of Theodore Talks, our new speaker/talk series. He is scheduled to speak May 23rd, 2:00-3:00 pm in the MAM Zoom room. The speaker’s information for this lecture immediately follows below. TITLE -- Vernacular...

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MAM Wins Ruby Award

Ruby Jewel Award

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