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City of Hinesville-Empowerment workshop for males!
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I was surprised but excited to see that The City of Hinesville- Department of Community Development is hosting an empowerment seminar for males.

This could be a great resource for the community. I hope the event is facilitated and managed by a male. No offense to women but the men should spear-head the event. Why is this important? Because most males live in a home with out a father. We need men that are fathers, men that care about the state of the community, and men that have a vested interest in changing lives to take part in the event.

I also hope this isn't another grant funded program set up to keep staff on board- because that usually results in minimum standards being met and limited support to ensure the program is successful. I hope the program is set up to truly help males and make a difference in the community.

Please take advantage of the event and register a male today.


Title:Tied to Success-An empowerment workshop for males 10 years of age and older. Registration required by August 14, 2013. 912-876-6573

Place:Liberty County Performing Arts Center

Date: August 24, 2013-10:00 A.M.





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PoliticsNation commented on Wednesday, Jul 17, 2013 at 19:09 PM

I'm not sure but I would wait to see how it goes before I invest. I don't' think race matters. It would be nice to expose the males in the program to males that don't look like them. Diversity is important- give both.:-)

MikeLongCounty commented on Wednesday, Jul 17, 2013 at 21:47 PM

Now JimmyMack why did race have to enter your conversation? Did you make any assumptions or profile anyone?

PoliticsNation commented on Thursday, Jul 18, 2013 at 17:52 PM

Thanks Jimmy- I appreciate your support.

MikeLongCounty commented on Thursday, Jul 18, 2013 at 18:10 PM

Just cutting up JimmyMach, it sounds like a good program PN.


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