Join us in our May 11 march to protest violence

2013-04-28T00:00:00Z Join us in our May 11 march to protest violence
April 28, 2013 12:00 am

Motherhood is a miraculous gift from God. Full appreciation for mothers cannot be fully displayed, considering their awesome motherly responsibilities.

My heart is still synchronized with the pain of the many mothers I have comforted because of their premature bereavement. 

Join Concerned Citizens against Violence in Gary at 10:30 a.m. May 11at the Christ Temple Church parking lot at 42nd and Broadway for our Sixth Annual Mother’s Day Stop the Violence March & Rally. The rally will be held at 34th & Jefferson, at the Gleason Golf Course parking lot.

We will be marching in support of all mothers who lost their children to violence, and we will also be marching in unison to illustrate the love and admiration we have for the contributions moms have made, and are continuing to make.

Free food and soft drinks will be served, in addition to free inspirational gospel CDs for all moms.

Return transportation to the Christ Temple’s parking lot will be available.

- Dwight Taylor, Gary

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