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Ribbon Cutting and Official Opening of Local Non-Profit, Carried to Full Term

Provided by Carried to Full Term CARRIED TO FULL TERM will open its doors with a ceremonial ribbon cutting to signal its official opening on Saturday, November 19, 2016 at 10:30 a. m. in Haymarket. On November 2, 2016, CARRIED TO FULL TERM (CTFT) welcomed their first resident. Executive Director Frances Robin stated, ‘This event is almost five months to …

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Make The Future to host installment of men’s mentoring program Legacy Lectures

Provided by The Hon. Michael Futrell On Saturday, October 29, 2016, Make the Future will host area men for its Legacy Lecture Program. This weekend’s lecturer is Former Virginia State Delegate Michael Futrell. After the lecture, the Hon. Michael Futrell will facilitate a focused conversation among the fathers, sons, uncles, nephews, and mentors in attendance. The goals of the Legacy …

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A New Light at Congregation Ner Shalom

Provided by Andrea Savitch ‘That which is hateful to you, do not do to others’. This fundamental philosophy is the cornerstone of Rabbi Elizabeth ‘Lizz’ Goldstein’s belief. In a time when bullying and cruelty are so rampant, this belief is a welcome light not just to Congregation Ner Shalom but to Prince William County as well. That message she believes …

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Benefit for Firefighter Kevin Frye

Join us in a benefit for our brother firefighter, Kevin Frye, on Friday, September 16, 2016, from 5:00-9:00 p. m. at Old Towne Sports Pub in Manassas. We are supporting Kevin in his fight against pancreatic cancer. There will be a raffle, and live entertainment will be provided by Harlem Simple. Thin Blue Line BBQ and Old Towne Sports Pub …

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Symposium to Help Build Relationships Between Fathers and Sons

Provided by Prince William County The goal of the Prince William Fatherhood Initiative is to help fathers develop healthy relationships and stay engaged with their children. To help further the goal, the group will hold its first Father-Son Symposium, entitled “Bridging the Gap,” on Saturday, September 17, between 6:00-8:30 p. m. at the Dr. A.J. Ferlazzo Building, 15941 Donald Curtis …

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Star Bethlehem, Local Churches and Dumfries Mayor to join Forces at Revival

Provided by Star Bethlehem Missionary Baptist Church Reverend Dr. Henry P. During, Jr., Pastor of Star Bethlehem Missionary Baptist Church today announced that for the first time they have partnered with five local churches, the Town of Dumfries Police and Volunteer Fire Departments for the  Seventh Annual Community Tent Revival (Revival). This year’s theme is “Unity in the Community.”  Gerald Foreman, …

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Historical Partnerships Come Full Circle for ACTS

Provided by ACTS ACTS’s history is repeating itself. In 1969, thirteen churches joined together and combined their resources to help a local family in crisis. When they were done, they realized the power of partnership and founded Action in Community Through Service (ACTS) as an independent non-profit. They agreed to support it with contributions of time and money, so they …

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Raising Calm, Inspired, & Successful Children

Provided by Newsandexperts.com Now more than ever, every parent needs to know what signs to look for to determine if their children are showing signs of anxiety and stress and what they, as parents, can do about it.   Dr. Elaine Fogel Schneider, author of 7 Strategies for Raising Calm, Inspired, & Successful Children, says “even small changes can have an …

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Famous “Grace Before Meals” Presentation in Haymarket

Provided by House of Mercy Fr. Leo Patalinghug will be presenting his famous “Grace Before Meals” event as a fundraiser in support of House of Mercy (HOM) programs, in particular the Food Pantry and Education. Father Leo will speak about the importance of serving family meals, especially in low-income homes. It has been proven that the simple act of eating …

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