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Thursday, August 25, 2005
1. Internship at Office of Councilman H. Lamar Willis A student will be afforded the rare opportunity to witness city government in action. This opportunity to apply his/her academic studies in a hands-on environment will better prepare the student for a government-related career. 1. General administrative office tasks; 2. Conducting research for new and continuing municipal legislation; 3. Attending hearings or community meetings; 4. Assisting with the entry of archival material into database and files, and 5. Conducting community outreach and constituent service; 6. Administrative support for all Council staff.
2. The Black Church Forum: "Shining A Light For All Women's Freedom" Thursday August 25th, 6:30pm The Black Church, Sex, Sexuality and Reproductive Health Featured Speakers*: Reverend Tim McDonald, of the First Iconium Baptist Church and Board Member of the Religious Coalition of Reproductive Choice Rev. Antonio Jones - Pastor, Unity Fellowship of Atlanta Rev. Dr. Alberta Bosell - Minister, International New Thought Ministries Rev. Dr. Kenneth Samuel - Pastor, Victory Church, Stone Mountain Rev. Roslyn Satchel, JD â Executive Director, National Center for Human Rights Education *as of press time
First Iconium Baptist Church 542 Moreland Avenue SE Atlanta, Georgia 30316 BUFFET DINNER PROVIDED BY COLLARD GREEN CAFÃ
To RSVP or for more information contact Jara at firstname.lastname@example.org or 404-532-0022 www.georgiansforchoice.org
3. YD Cobb Canoe Trip Saturday August 27 We will be meeting at the Smyrna Community Center at 9am to carpool together. If you are able to drive others please send me an email. We will be traveling to Helen, GA to canoe 5 miles down the Chattahoochee River and it should take about 3 hours. There are some class 1 and 2 rapids and we will be on 4 man rafts. Wildwood Outfitters is the company we will be using and they are located 14 miles outside of Helen. They have a website if you would like some additional information. www.wildwoodoutfitters.com After canoeing we will be eating a late lunch in Helen so bring a few extra bucks with you. To RSVP please respond to this emails. Friends and Family are welcome to join us. The cost is $30 per person. Jennifer Jernigan, President, Young Democrats of Cobb Co. email@example.com