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Fatherhood Engagement Dialogue 2

Fatherhood Engagement Dialogue 2 
Strengthening Families Discussion 
Health RELATIONS * Raising Strong Children * Finding Solutions to barriers including: DOR, DCF, and Probation 
Where: Saint Peter's Teen Center
278 Bowdoin Street 
When: May 2, 2015 
1:00-4:30P.M.
Lunch & Childcare Provided 
Registration Required: Click here
 
t2.eventbrite.com
Or Contact Karla Walker 617.474.1143 kwalker@familynurturing.org
 
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YMSS: A Mother's Day Breakfast

Young Men's Success Series
Mother's Day Breakfast 
 
Saturday, May 9, 2015 
9:30a.m. - 12:00p.m. 
Reggie Lewis Athletic Cetner, 2nd Floor 
1350 Tremont St, Roxbury Crossingm MA 02120
 
RSVP (include guests) by May 6th at ymssboston1@gmail.com
 
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JAZZ in the Neighborhood

Mattapan Speaks Jazz 

Nou pale djaz isit la 

Aquí se habla jazz

 

Celebrate the music and our community. 

 

Saturday, May 2 at 1-6pm 

William E. Carter Post 
Mattapan Square
 

Everyone welcome | All Ages| Free 

 
Starring:
Frank Wilkins | Athene Wilson | Fritz Orvil | Rollins Ross | Rebecca Zama | Eric Jackson as MC 
 
A special Jazz Week 2015 event co-host by JazzBoston and The William E. Carter Post with Thanks to State Street Corporation, Jazz Week 2015 Presenting Partner. 

Get Fit and Reduce the Stress

Time: 
04/13/2015 - 9:45am

Job Interview, are you ready?

Time: 
04/25/2015 - 1:00pm

Olympic Community Meeting

Olympic Community Meeting, Tuesday, April 28, 6:30PM, RCC Auditorium
RSVP appreciated but not required: economicdev@bostonnaacp.org

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On Tuesday, April 28 at 6:30PM, the city is hosting a community meeting at RCC Auditorium, about Boston's bid to host the 2024 Olympics.  It is crucial that we are present, from the beginning, in planning and development processes in our communities. We are often left out of these processes. These processes are years in the making, and some of us don't pay attention until it is too late.

Historically Black College & University Legacy Weekend ...In Boston?!?!?

The Boston NAACP encourages you to attend and participate in the First Ever HBCU Legacy Weekend Celebration!
BOSTON, Mass. - Florida Agricultural and Mechanical University (FAMU) President Elmira Mangum, Ph.D., joined the Boston Red Sox and the Boston Area Church League, Inc., to announce the schedule and participants of the first ever Historically Black Colleges and Universities Legacy Weekend Celebration. The celebration will be held in Boston from April 23 - 26.  The press conference announcing the celebration was attended by Mayor Marty Walsh; Lawrence "Larry" Lucchino, president and CEO of the Red Sox; Thomas Werner, chairman of the Red Sox and television producer ("The Cosby Show" and "A Different World);" Milton L. Wright, Jr., retired first justice of the Roxbury District Court and commissioner of the City of Boston Licensing Board; Harold Sparrow, senior vice president of operations for the Greater Boston YMCA; and Frank Jordan, creator of the HBCU Legacy Weekend Celebration and special adviser to the Red Sox.
Brought to you by...
Florida Agricultural and Mechanical University (FAMU)
North Carolina Central University (NCCU)
City of Boston
The Boston Red Sox
Boston Area Church League
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$ALT: Money, Preparation, College

Time: 
04/30/2015 - 2:00pm

Boston Public Library and SALT 

We're bringing education advisors right to you for one-on-one sessions. 

  • Guidance on choosing a college and the admissions process 
  • Applying for financial aid and scholarships 
  • Advice on how to make smart decisions about paying for college 
  • Loan counselling to help  you understand your repayment options. 

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Mattapan Community Brunch

Time: 
04/25/2015 - 10:00am

Spring is here! 

In collaboration with City Counselor Tim McCarthy's office, MATTAPAN UNITED brings you the Mattapan Community Brunch... 
 
Come on out and meet your neighbors! 
Discuss what matters to you
Meet others who share your passion for all things Mattapan 
 

Save the Date:

Saturday, April 25, 2015 

10:00am - 12:00pm

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