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Schedule for the 40TH Annual Minister Akilah Ife Evans Festival

The theme for this year's festival is "Looking and Seeing Hope." With the theme in mind, here are the dates and times of the four-day festival's programs:

THURSDAY JULY 11,  2019
Kanisa House II, 400 Cleveland Street, Elyria, OH
9 am and 4 pm: Fellowshipping
2 pm: Skills training class
6 pm: Lucy Battle Dinner

FRIDAY JULY 12, 2019
Lorain County Community College, College Center, 1005 N Abbe Rd, Elyria, OH
8 am-12 pm: Exhibits, Devotions, Readings
12 pm: Lunch
1 pm: Talent Show
2 pm: Skills training
6 pm: Elizabeth Coleman Dinner featuring the Hall of Fame and speaker the Honorable Malik Evans

SATURDAY,  JULY 13, 2019
Lorain County Community College
9 am-12 pm: Ewing Center for recreation and games
12 pm-9 pm at College Center
12 pm: lunch12:30 pm; arts and crafts/games2 pm: Skills training6 pm: Martha Jordan Dinner featuring speaker Dr. Lawrance Lee Evans Jr.
SUNDAY, JULY 14, 2019 
Kanisa House II
8 am; Fellowship
10:30 am: Family Hour Worship Service featuring Outreach M…

Press release for MLK event

48th ANNUAL CELEBRATION OF DR. MARTIN LUTHER KING JR. "BUILDING A BELOVED COMMUNITY"
First Community Interfaith Institute Inc will hold its 48th annual celebration of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr on January 27, 2019 (4:00 PM) at its headquarters, 219 Hamilton Street, Rochester, NY. 
In 1963, Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. stated in his sermon, Loving Your Enemies, the following: "..With every ounce of our energy, we must continue to rid this nation of the incubus of segregation. But we shall not in the process relinquish our privilege and our obligation to love. While abhorring segregation, we shall love the segregationist. This is the only way to create the beloved community.”
Rochester City Councilman Malik Evans, son of the late Minister Lawrance Lee Evans Sr., will present to the members, students, and supporters of the First Community Institute Inc. "Building a Beloved Community" on January 27, 2019.
Minister Lawrance Lee Evans Sr had been involved in the human rights…