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September 2014
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No CLass! Labor Day!






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CLASS at 10:30 a.m. at Mad Donnas 1313 Woodland Street 37206


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CLASS at 10:30 a.m. at Mad Donnas 1313 Woodland Street 37206


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CLASS AT 6 p.m. sharp! 5000 Linbar Drive 37211 Suite 250-American Contractors!






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Class at MAYDAY BREWERY in the 'BORO! 1-6 p.m.
1:00pm - 6:15pm


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CLASS AT 6 p.m. sharp! 5000 Linbar Drive 37211 Suite 250-American Contractors!






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CLASS at 10:30 a.m. at Mad Donnas 1313 Woodland Street 37206


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CLASS at 10:30 a.m. at Mad Donnas 1313 Woodland Street 37206


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CLASS AT 6 p.m. sharp! 5000 Linbar Drive 37211 Suite 250-American Contractors!






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CLASS AT 6 p.m. sharp! 5000 Linbar Drive 37211 Suite 250-American Contractors!






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CLASS at 10:30 a.m. at Mad Donnas 1313 Woodland Street 37206


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CLASS at 10:30 a.m. at Mad Donnas 1313 Woodland Street 37206


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CLASS AT 6 p.m. sharp! 5000 Linbar Drive 37211 Suite 250-American Contractors!






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NO CLASS! VACATION!






6:00pm

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NO CLASS! VACATION!


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NO CLASS! VACATION!






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CLASS AT 6 p.m. sharp! 5000 Linbar Drive 37211 Suite 250-American Contractors!






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CLASS at 10:30 a.m. at Mad Donnas 1313 Woodland Street 37206


       
             

 

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How alcohol produces "intoxicating" effects on the brain is not entirely known. Three specific brain components, called neurotransmitter receptors, are being studied by scientists around the world. These receptors are the n-methyl-d-aspartate (NMDA) receptor, the gamma aminobutyric acid (GABA) receptor, and the nicotine (nicotinic) receptor. Blockade or enhancement of these neurotransmitter receptor systems may hold the answer to how alcohol produces its pharmacological actions. (March 6, 2000)