March 5th, 2009

we can't teach what we don't know
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Prince George's Sickle Cell Association - Community Input Meeting

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Greetings Please forward to your family and friends. Please come up for refreshments, fellowship, and information. Find out what organizations in the county are working on Sickle Cell Disease Advocacy. Find out how you can fit in and participate in the process. Find how you can be an advocate and what you can do today.
Information will available about Bone Marrow Screening, Blood Drive to improve the number of people of color donating blood.

This community meeting is to discuss advocacy issues and support in regard to sickle cell trait, sickle cell disease, sickle cell outreach, and sickle cell funding. Come help us take sickle cell disease advocacy to the next level!

Please register for the event at: Register at Eventbrite: http://sicklecellassociation.eventbrite.com/

If you are interested in supporting Maryland Bill 1265 to Bring Sickle Cell Awareness Month to Maryland . While Sickle Cell Awareness Month is recognized on a National Level Your Testimony will help bring additional emphasis in the state of Maryland. Please email your testimony to us. Testimony is needed to move the bill out the committe and then for the bill to pass.
we can't teach what we don't know
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Prince George's County Women's Fair 2009

Successful Women, Successful Lives

Saturday, March 7, 2009, from 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. at Prince George's County Community College.

This year's Fair promises to be informative, inspirational and uplifting, with a dynamic keynote address by Doris E. McMillon, President and Chief Strategist Officer for McMillon Communications, Inc., and engaging breakout workshops on personal and professional topics important to every woman. Young women can also take advantage of breakout sessions for teens.

http://www.pgcwomensfair.org/index.html