Sidewalks, tornado sirens, and an animal hospital were all apart of the discussion, as the committee listened to different pitches including everything from updating the civic center to finding more ways the zoo could rake in more money.
Mayor Norman Archibald will moderate the panel discussion as they consider how various sectors in our community are addressing poverty issues in Abilene.
People in poverty lack more than just the tangible things of life. They experience loss of self-esteem, dignity, and their value to society.
Don’t miss this important conversation about poverty and its impact on quality of life in Abilene. We invite you to participate as we explore ways of moving beyond charity in the effort to raise the quality of life for those living in poverty.
The TSTC Color Dash is a fun 5k used to help raise funds and awareness for the Campus Save Act, which consists of reporting, response, and prevention education around rape, acquaintance rape, domestic violence, dating violence, sexual assault, and stalking.
The price to participate is $35.00 per person for a team (4-16 people), $40.00 for an individual, and $85 for a family. Packet pick up begins at 8:30am and the run starts at 10:30am.
The event will be held at the TSTC Sweetwater Campus! We hope to see you all there for a fun and colorful Saturday!
300 Homer K. Taylor Drive
Sweetwater, TX 79556
Potosi Baptist Church
Beth Moore Live Simulcast
September 13, 2014
$20.00 per ticket includes boxed lunch
Contact church office @ 529-3227 from 9:00 to 1:00 to purchase tickets or Teresa Clifton @ 201-8836 or Terri Childers @ 668-5388
Deadline to order tickets is September 5, 2014