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CALL FOR PARTICIPATION THAT PRODUCES ACTION—DOOLOGY

First Community Interfaith Institute Inc. invites you to join students of Minister Lawrance Lee Evans St. to activities on November 2, 2008 at the First Community Interfaith Institute Inc., 219 Hamilton Street.

As an organizer, case manager, educator, and minister, Minister Evans will demonstrate in a workshop at 11:00 AM and a lecture at 4:00 PM how he uses a discipline known as Doology to help him improve people's lives and coping skills.

First Community Interfaith Institute Inc. is a spiritual and cultural organization plus a teaching church. Participants to the workshop and lecture will learn key communication strategies and what attitudes are needed to improve the community.

The workshop includes a continental breakfast and the lecture includes a dinner.

The purposes of the workshop and lecture are: (1) to give strategies for self-empowerment; (2) to increase community awareness about self-motivation; (3) to show how the community benefits from mutual respect and; (4) to promote cultural competence.

For more information call Minister Akilah Ife Evans at 585.461.0379 or 585.442.8712.

All funds that are raised will go to the Charles Riley Tutorial Program and the promotion of Kwanzaa activities.

NOTE: November 2 is the 38th anniversary of First Community Interfaith Institute Inc. and the birthday of Minister Lawrance Lee Evans.


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