Supporting our Youth
Help them achieve greatness
through participation
By Henry Ford

IN THIS ISSUE

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Honoring Mothers
and Fathers
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Women of The Word
Empowerment
Workshop
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Chester's Fine Cuisine
Grand Opening
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The Few, The Proud,
The Marines
Steven Crudup
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Remembering
Johnnie Cochran
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Congratulations
Andrea Maxie
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Capital University
Celebrating 25 Years
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Supporting Our Youth
Chavon Brown &
Deborah Edwards
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WEA Red Carpet
Achievement Awards
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Denzel Washington
& BAMC
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Andy Ronney's
Tips for
Telemarketing Victims
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INSPIRATIONS and
VISIONS

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I have written and spoken extensively about the value of participation in community
and world affairs beyond the confines of an assigned classroom, beyond our
current job or career, outside the limited thinking of a small group of like-minded
friends and associates.

In my second book,
The Power of Association, I focused on the personal and
professional growth I had experienced through volunteering and networking.  It
therefore makes me happy to bring you information about two dynamic young ladies
that could use our help in traveling the route of self-improvement through learning
outside their normal confines.

These young ladies have already proven themselves worthy students, leaders, and
community citizens.  Please take the time to link to information about
Chavon Brown
and
Debbie Edwards and consider helping them achieve one of their worthy goals.

Read about
Chavon Brown

Read about
Debbie Edwards

VISIONS Newsletter - May-Jun, 2005 - Published Bi-Monthly