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Place to Heal Ministries, Inc.
Sharing God’s Unconditional Love with all People.
Reverend Dr. Lynda Marie Jordan, M.S., Ph.D., M.Div. M.P.H.
 CEO, Founder & Senior Pastor
 

 Greetings in the precious name of our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ! God has indeed been faithful, and we are grateful.

The trifecta of the pandemic, social unrest, and economic insecurity has significantly impacted us. To address these issues, A Place to Heal Ministries, Inc. is embarking upon a series of Virtual Quarterly Wellness Conferences designed to respond to the effects of the trifecta on the health and well-being of our community. The first in this series is Living & Coping with Stress.

The conference will convene via Zoom on Saturday, September 11, 2021, beginning at 10:00 am. Presenters will explore the topics: 1) trauma, grief, and loss, 2) isolation, and 3) social unrest. With the Lord's help, we will examine how to cope with and alleviate stress. During the conference, we will highlight resources to alleviate stress and practice coping techniques.


We invite you to participate in this virtual conference. You are welcome to register at www.aplacetohealministries.com

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The Zoom link for the conference will be sent on Friday, September 10th, to those who have registered. You are welcome to share this invitation with others. Please register if you would like to receive information about future quarterly conferences in this series.

Thank You, and May God continue to Bless and Keep You.
In His Service,

Lynda M. Jordan

Rev. Dr. Lynda Jordan, Founding Pastor
A Place to Heal Ministries, Inc.
www.aplacetohealministries.com

 
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A rally for change, a celebration for community.

Worcester Pride is coming back to Worcester, September 8-14, 2021. Pride week is being coordinated by the Queer Coalition of Greater Worcester, a collaborative community initiative working to bring activities supporting LGBTQ+ folx in Central Mass closer together.
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Pride Worcester Is Happening -- With Your Help
Mark your calendars for September 8-14, 2021.
Pride Week in Worcester is back this September with some big changes!  Last organized by 21st Century Pride in 2019, this year’s events are being coordinated by the Queer Coalition of Greater Worcester. Founded in 2019, the Coalition is a collaborative community of LGBTQ+ organizations and activists bringing initiatives supporting LGBTQ+ folx in Central MA closer together.
Celebrating Pride and the progress of our LGBTQ+ community includes recognizing the work of marginalized people, both in history and today.  Before and during the pandemic, community members called for change to elevate the experiences of queer and trans people of color and other marginalized identities in our region. Through the Queer Coalition of Greater Worcester, a decentralized, collaborative planning approach with new people at the table endeavors to do just that. The Coalition includes 508 Pride, Love Your Labels, LGBT Asylum Task Force, Queer the Scene, Creative Hub Worcester, many other organizations, and dozens of individuals and activists that represent the diversity of the Greater Worcester community.
None of us are free until all of us are free and liberation does not come without the help of many hands. We need the community’s support to make 2021 Pride Worcester a reality. The Coalition has launched a crowdfunding campaign to ensure this celebration can reach its full potential. Funds will be used for entertainment, event rentals, and permits for a community rally and block party on September 11. Be a part of this important community action by making a donation and sharing PrideWorcester.org on your personal and organizational social media.
Stay tuned as we release a full slate of events, including parties, rallies, community days, and more. Join us in making history by visiting PrideWorcester.org to donate or submit your interest in volunteering or vending at events.


Pride Worcester is coordinated by the Queer Coalition of Greater Worcester, which is convened by Love Your Labels, Inc., a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization based in Worcester, MA. Contributions in support of Pride Worcester are tax deductible.

 
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VHN Newsroom                                                                                                07-30-2021

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WORCESTER, MA - Audio Journal, Central Massachusetts’ radio reading service for individuals who are visually or print impaired, resumed weekly broadcasts of Vocero Hispano Newspaper, Massachusetts Spanish language newspaper, beginning June 24, 2021.

Audio Journal is fortunate to have two volunteers reading this statewide Spanish newspaper. Prior to the start of the Covid-19 pandemic restrictions, Audio Journal broadcast the readings weekly. While restrictions were in place, and safety was paramount, one of those volunteers recorded the program at home for later broadcast. The program aired the first Friday of each month at 3 p.m. Now with readers being able to return to the studios, the program will air every Friday at 3 p.m.

Executive Director, Mary Frandsen, said, “I am happy to continue our collaboration with Vocero Hispano. Connecting visually and print impaired listeners, no matter their native language, to their communities through broadcasting readings of local news is our mission.”

“The collaboration between Vocero Hispano and Audio Journal is an essential part to our community outreach at Vocero Hispano. This service allows us to connect with members of the Hispanic community who are visually or print impaired by expanding our reach and effectiveness in keeping them included and informed. We thank the Executive Director of Audio Journal, Mrs. Mary Frandsen for all her efforts, the readers Mrs. Evelyn Gonzalez and Mr. Larry Smith for their generous service, and the rest of the team at Audio Journal for their roles. We are very excited to resume and reaffirm our collaboration in service of the Hispanic Community.,” said Mr. Pablo D. Santiago, President / CEO of Vocero Hispano Newspaper, Inc.

For more information about Audio Journal, go https://audiojournal.org, call 508-797-1117. or email mary@audiojournal.org.

For more information on Vocero Hispano Newspaper, please visit: www.vocerohispano.com, call 1-866-VHN-NEWS, or email advertising@vocerhispano.com.

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Audio Journal’s mission in Central Massachusetts is to connect individuals with a visual impairment, or an inability to access print material, to their communities through broadcasting of local news, information, and entertainment with exclusive programs and content.

Vocero Hispano Newspaper is a statewide Hispanic language newspaper, printed weekly since 1990, offering objective and informative news and information, a leader in Hispanic marketing in Massachusetts, published in print and online.
For more information visit: www.vocerohispano.com
Vocero Hipano Newpaper, Inc. | The Publishers Building, 44 Hamiliton Street, Southbridge, MA 01550
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 Looking to Start a Career in the Building Trades? Tradeswomen Tuesday is For You!

Join us   Tuesday, August 3rd, 5-6:30PM, for our Virtual Tradeswomen Tuesday!

 We will share up to date information on apprenticeship program schedules and opportunities to enter trade careers.

REGISTER FOR ZOOM CALL HERE:
https://us02web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZEqcumqrj4sEtAHDx6pr8FWo1VXKZonqhn3

After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting. Please log on a few minutes early to make sure you are all set. The meeting space will open at 4:45pm if you need assistance.
If you are having any issues or concerns, please contact Jasmine at JasmineNCTE@gmail.com, (857) 303 0000
Copyright © 2021 Northeast Center for Tradeswomen's Equity, All rights reserved.
You are receiving this newsletter because you contacted us about careers for women in the union building trades.

Our mailing address is:
Northeast Center for Tradeswomen's Equity
2201 Washington St
Roxbury, MA  02119-3212
 
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Smile City Passport Itinerary Ideas

Need inspiration on how to make the most of your Smile City Culture Passport? Here are 5 itinerary ideas to redeem deals across the city!
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•      July 16th - July 17th: Brimfield Auction Acres - at the Brimfield Antique Show
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 It's that time of year again, the Second Annual Worcester Nature Challenge!

We have been working in connection with the City Nature Challenge and the WildWorcester Team to organize a 4-day long ecological exploration of the nature that surrounds us.

This event, the Worcester Nature Challenge, will run from April 30th - May 3rd in the City of Worcester.

Our goal is to encourage individuals and families to explore their local environment, take photographs of wildlife, and upload their findings to the free app, iNaturalist.

All the collected ecological information will be shared on our Facebook page in order to show everyone just how alive our city is!

WildWorcester’s Facebook PageInstagram, and the Facebook Event Page, along with a few flyers that give some more in-depth information about the event. If you have any questions please feel free to reach out!

Thanks for all the incredible work you do for our community, and wishing you all the best,
Jacob and The WildWorcester Team

WildWorcester’s Page: https://www.facebook.com/WildWorcesterMA
Facebook Event Page: https://www.facebook.com/events/454494368973818
 
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Last year, WildWorcester held a similar event that was supported by a number of local organizations, including yourselves, Mass Audubon, the Ecotarium, the Greater Worcester Land Trust, Worcester Public Libraries, Mothers Out Front, and many more. This year, we are hoping to gain more local support from organizations. We would love for UNITY Radio to join in this event to help bring the Worcester community together! To get involved, your can:
  • Join us as a Co-Host on our Facebook Event Page - this is an important aspect as we will be able to reach a wider audience this way and get more people involved!
  • Share event information on your page, reach out to your email list, and help get the word out about this accessible event!
  • If any staff would be interested, they can help by filming a short video or creating a poster on a species, habitat, or another nature topic which can then be posted on the Facebook Event Page.
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I have included the links to WildWorcester’s Facebook PageInstagram, and the Facebook Event Page, along with a few flyers that give some more in-depth information about the event. If you have any questions please feel free to reach out!
Thanks for all the incredible work you do for our community, and wishing you all the best,
Jacob and The WildWorcester Team

WildWorcester’s Page: https://www.facebook.com/WildWorcesterMA
Facebook Event Page: https://www.facebook.com/events/454494368973818
 

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Applying to College: A Virtual Panel
for Worcester Black and African
Families

Please Join Us on Wednesday March 3rd from 6:00-7:00pm
  • Hear college admissions counselors clarify the college application process
  • Learn about benefits of attending a university in Worcester
  • Hear a current student’s perspective on the process
  • Have the opportunity to ask questions answered in a live Q&A
    Registration for event highly encouraged:
    https://rb.gy/mmbnvb
    Zoom Information:
    https://worcester.zoom.us/j/94710524932
    Hosted by Worcester State University, Worcester Polytechnic Institute, Assumption University, and Clark University
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Holy Cross | Upcoming Virtual Events

Celebrate Black History Month by joining these educational workshops, discussions and action-planning events focused on Diversity, Anti-Racism and Social Justice.
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BONUS! Anti-Racism Action Planning and Educational Resources

Holy Cross' Anti-Racism Action Plan guidebook is targeted for organizations and individuals who are just beginning their anti-racism work.

The Anti-Racism Educational Resource is a collection of race-related literary recommendations and resources by Holy Cross students, faculty, staff and outside experts.
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Family Health Center of Worcester is proud to present the first annual Winter Walk Worcester. The purpose of the event is to raise awareness and funds to support individuals and families experiencing homelessness in Worcester, MA. The average person experiencing homelessness walks 10 miles a day. We challenge you to walk, run, wheel, skate, or move 10 miles a week each week for four weeks while raising money to support the services we offer through our Worcester Healthcare for the Homeless programs.
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Tradeswomen Tuesday Today!
Join us today, February 2nd, 2021, 5-6:30PM for our monthly Virtual Tradeswomen Tuesday!

We will share up to date information on apprenticeship program schedules and opportunities to enter trade careers.

REGISTER FOR ZOOM CALL HERE:
https://us02web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZIvcuGrqjwsG91TI1OWFRCdYBM7S75QofNi
After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting. Please log on a few minutes early to make sure you are all set. The meeting space will open at 4:45 pm if you need assistance.
If you are having any issues or concerns, please contact Jasmine at JasmineNCTE@gmail.com, (857) 303 0000
Copyright © 2021 Northeast Center for Tradeswomen's Equity, All rights reserved.
You are receiving this newsletter because you contacted us about careers for women in the union building trades.

Our mailing address is:
Northeast Center for Tradeswomen's Equity
2201 Washington St
Roxbury, MA  02119-3212
 
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email: sluster@worcester.edu

For families with children in grades 1-6.  Unique opportunity to accelerate learning, improve self esteem and knowledge of Black History and Culture. This free virtual afterschool program has very limited seats.  Application link and flyer below. Stay well, Stacey

https://forms.gle/m1mwAX4tovY9bZBr8 

 
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The Worcester Building Pathways Pre-Apprenticeship Training Program provides 8 weeks  of career exploration and hands-on exposure to the building trades and prepares participants for placement in a union apprenticeship.  We are partnered with several contractors looking for laborers, carpenters, iron workers, and many more trades!

•            Hybrid training will be held in Worcester and is scheduled to occur February 22 to April 16, 2021!
•            All applicants must be 18 years of age or older, have a high school diploma or equivalent, have a driver’s license, physically be able to work in construction, be low-income, be authorized to work in the U.S. and consent to Drug Testing.
o            Preference given to women, minorities, and Worcester residents!

To apply to the program view flyer for more details.


 https://masshirecentral.com/construction-apprenticeship-building-pathways/
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Message From the President


I want to wish you all a Happy Thanksgiving!

Enjoy the holiday with your family and loved ones in a safe environment.


Stay safe & God Bless
 
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Free Small Business Resources and Support Webinar
The Federal Reserve Bank of Boston’s Office of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion in partnership with the Small Business Administration and the Massachusetts Small Business Development Center, is hosting a virtual lunch and learn to discuss free resources and support available to the small business community, as well as How To Do Business With Lockheed Martin.
Thursday, December 10, 2020
11:30 a.m. – 1:30 p.m.

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