2009 WORDS Luncheon

United Way of Central Indiana

Please join us and learn how the collective power of women can dramatically change children's lives and help prepare them for successful futures. All proceeds benefit United Way of Central Indiana's early childhood education initiative to help ensure that kids are better prepared to enter school ready to learn.

Guest Speaker
Dr. Tony Bennett
Indiana Superintendent of Public Instruction


Location: The Conrad Hotel

Time: Doors open at 11:15 a.m.

Prize drawing! Sponsor a child care curriculum kit for $75 and be entered to win several great prizes!

Unable to attend? You can still register for the prize drawing by purchasing a child care curriculum kit for just $75. 

                                         Thank you to our sponsors!
Duke Realty Plews Shadley Racher & Braun

  Table Sponsors

DWA Healthcare Communications Group

MDwise Hoosier Alliance

Roche Diagnostics Corporation



Name Sales End Price Fee
Table Sponsorship   Ended $1000 $9.95
Table seating for eight Ended $520 $9.95
Individual Ended $65 $1.62
Child Care Curriculum Kit   Ended $75 $

On the Web

Luncheon | Define Luncheon at Dictionary.com

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Lunch | Define Lunch at Dictionary.com

Lunch definition, a light midday meal between breakfast and ... 2006, 2007, 2009, 2012 Cite This Source. Word Origin and History for lunch Expand. n. "mid-day repast ...


Words, words, words (and phrases): Lunch (and things)

‘It is more fun to talk with someone who doesn't use long, difficult words but rather short, easy words like "What about lunch?"’ - Winnie the Pooh.



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Lunch - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Lunch, an abbreviation of luncheon, is a midday meal of varying size depending on the culture. The origin of the words lunch and luncheon relate to a small meal ...


Word of the Day: May 21, 2009 - lunch - Jinxi Boo - Jinxi Boo

lunch (lunch) - noun. Lunch is "a midday meal between breakfast and dinner." Original used in the written form around 1585-1595. When lunch first appeared on the ...


Maine Word: Lunch and Learn in Rumford

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In Other Words: Lunch.

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Countries Who Lunch | ALTA Language Services

Just a comment on the global lunch section, it would probably have been helpful to readers to say French Canadians, and not Canadians in general, in the sentence ...


No Such Thing As A Free Lunch: IRS Mulls Tax On Employee Meals

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Forbes • 9/4/2014

PostScript: Lunch boxes, banished words, annoying Americanisms

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Syracuse • By Brian Cubbison • 1/3/2009

Scientists sneak Bob Dylan lyrics into articles as part of long-running bet

Five Swedish-based scientists have been inserting Bob Dylan lyrics into research articles ... before going into retirement, wins a lunch at the [local] restaurant Jöns Jacob,” Lundberg said. Word spread quickly through Stockholm’s Karolinska Institute ...

theguardian.com • 9/29/2014

TV review: 'The Song of Lunch' is a poetic pleasure

"The Song of Lunch," which airs Sunday as part of PBS' "Masterpiece ... Christopher Reid is the poet whose 2009 book is the source of all the words spoken here, in order, nearly all of them by the wonderful Alan Rickman, and nearly all the rest of them ...

Los Angeles Times • By Robert Lloyd • 11/12/2011

At Main Street Rock Hill lunch counter, Obama's words hit home

At 12:19 p.m. Tuesday, a grandmother in Rock Hill heard the words on her television and started to cry ... College in Rock Hill who demanded service at the all-white McCrory's lunch counter on Rock Hill's Main Street on Jan. 31, 1961.

Rock Hill Herald • By Andrew Dys • 1/21/2009

The long goodbye of Jack and Karen

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Niagara Falls Review • 12/4/2014

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The Community Word • 10/6/2009

The Early Word on Lunch and Brunch at the Breslin

On Friday, Ken Friedman and April Bloomfield opened their Ace Hotel restaurant for breakfast, lunch, and brunch, angering the mosque members across the street and giving the early hordes something to sample before launching a full dinner service.

NY Eater • 11/2/2009

Jock Anderson's Caseload: Mysterious ways of delivering justice

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